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From:David Garamond Date:October 12 2002 10:18am
Subject:Re: MySQl db as filesystem.
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Jan Steinman wrote:
> Today's "modern" operating systems really stopped evolving in the 80's. Many ideas
> like database filesystems never really got a chance to show their utility.

isn't the next windows operating system (longhorn) supposed to have a 
new filesystem that's based on SQL Server? i also read that Microsoft 
had long contemplated about doing this, even before Windows XP/2000...

-- 
dave


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