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From:Paul DuBois Date:January 9 2003 5:29pm
Subject:Re: Version 4 "safe" to use?
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At 13:51 -0300 1/9/03, Maximo Migliari wrote:
>What were the main benefits that you noticed straight away before 
>adapting your code to use the new features that MySQL 4 offers?
>Does the query cache make a big difference?

Oh, yes.  It does. :-)

>   Do you have any benchmarks, even off your head?
>
>Maximo.
>
>At 09:47 8/1/2003 -0800, you wrote:
>>On Wed, Jan 08, 2003 at 09:00:51AM -0700, David Rock wrote:
>>>
>>>  Are many people using MySQL version 4 yet?  I'm interested in it
>>>  because I want to use it's SSL capabilities but would like to hear
>>>  that people are not having trouble with it first.
>>
>>I've had very good luck with MySQL 4 in several high-profile
>>environments.  We began using it in live envrionments back in August
>>and have contintued to spread MySQL 4 since then.
>>
>>Jeremy
>>--
>>Jeremy D. Zawodny     |  Perl, Web, MySQL, Linux Magazine, Yahoo!
>><Jeremy@stripped>  |  http://jeremy.zawodny.com/
>>
>>MySQL 3.23.51: up 24 days, processed 830,915,772 queries (392/sec. avg)

Thread
Version 4 "safe" to use?David Rock8 Jan
  • Re: Version 4 "safe" to use?Jeremy Zawodny8 Jan
    • Re: Version 4 "safe" to use?Maximo Migliari9 Jan
      • Re: Version 4 "safe" to use?Paul DuBois9 Jan
        • Re: Version 4 "safe" to use?William R. Mussatto9 Jan
      • Re: Version 4 "safe" to use?Jeremy Zawodny10 Jan
        • Re: Version 4 "safe" to use?Maximo Migliari10 Jan
          • Re: Version 4 "safe" to use?Jeremy Zawodny14 Jan
Re: Version 4 "safe" to use?Scott Pippin8 Jan