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From:Nils Valentin Date:July 7 2003 9:26am
Subject:Re: Difference of MySQL Standard and Max Version
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Dear Delfim,

Thank you for the superfast reply. I actually was looking for other 
information. I understood the actual feature difference of the standard and 
f.e max version.  Sorry if this didnt came out so clear. I will try to make 
it clearer.

My question was more aiming at what advantages the dynamically linking or the 
statically linking have (except the memory usage of course). I was thinking 
when given 2 times the same versions once linked statically and once linked 
dynamically which one would have which advantages in regards to performance, 
reliability etc. ?

I hope that makes my question a bit clearer.

Best regards

Nils Valentin
Tokyo/Japan


2003年 7月 7日 月曜日 18:18、Delfim Machado さんは書きました:
> http://www.mysql.com/downloads/mysql-4.0.html
>
>
> The Standard binaries are recommended for most users, and includes the
> InnoDB storage engine. The Max version includes additional features such
> as the Berkeley DB storage engine and other features that have not been
> exhaustively tested or are not required for general usage, such as
> user-defined functions (UDFs), and BIG_TABLE support. When these
> features have matured and proven to be stable, they will be incorporated
> into future releases of the Standard binaries. The Debug binaries have
> been compiled with extra debug information, and are not intended for
> production use, because the included debugging code may cause reduced
> performance.
>
> On Mon, 2003-07-07 at 10:11, Nils Valentin wrote:
> > Hi MySQL Fans ;-);
> >
> > I know that the MySQL Max Server Version is app. 7MB big while the
> > Standard Version is 10MB big. Having looked further into the downloaded
> > files than I see that the max version is dynamically linked while the
> > standard version is statically linked.
> >
> > What is the reason for the different approaches ?
> > Is it possible to say that f.e given the same features for statically or
> > dynamically linked MySQL versions, that the one or the other would have a
> > advantage (f.e faster for requests, more reliable etc.).
> >
> >
> > Best regards
> >
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> > Valentin Nils
> > Internet Technology
> >
> >  E-Mail: nils@stripped
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Difference of MySQL Standard and Max VersionNils Valentin7 Jul
  • Re: Difference of MySQL Standard and Max VersionDelfim Machado7 Jul
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