Oracle owns the mess now. I assume the next release will be 5.11, followed by 5.11i, and
then finally dropping of the 5 to be in line with how they manager their os, leave it to
just be 11i. To ensure it is smooth they will change the license and add $5k in suport
From: Andy Shellam [andy-lists@stripped]
Sent: Thursday, April 30, 2009 2:19 PM
To: Daevid Vincent
Subject: Re: Where the hell did 5.4 come from?
My thoughts exactly!
This article might help:
It worries me though that 5.1 went through a large number of alpha
releases, then a set of beta releases before the GA release came out.
It looks like they've thrown 5.4 straight out without anyone even being
aware that it existed!
Hell, 6.0 is on its tenth release and it's still in alpha.
Like you say, it'd be interesting to see which blackhole 5.2 and 5.3
Daevid Vincent wrote:
> Have I been in a coma or something?
> WTF happened to 5.2 and 5.3? Hell, we're still on 5.0.51 and 5.1 just came
> out a month or two ago right?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: mos [mailto:mos99@stripped]
>> Sent: Thursday, April 30, 2009 7:40 AM
>> To: mysql@stripped
>> Subject: Is there a MySQL 5.4 Speed advantage for MyISAM tables?
>> I see MySQL 5.4 is
>> Sun claims there are speed improvements for Innodb and ClusterDb
>> tables, but is there any reason to upgrade if I'm only using
>> MyISAM tables?
>> Also I didn't see a Windows binary download. Does this mean I have to
>> compile the source from one of the Linux distros? What
>> compiler do I use?
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