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From:Johan De Meersman Date:November 4 2010 9:25am
Subject:Re: Death of MySQL popularity?
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You may want to read that again, but with your glasses on :-)

"Subscription" means roughly "commercial support". The (1) subscript means
"Features only available in Commercial Editions", and is noted *only* for
Workbench SE, Enterprise Monitor, Enterprise Backup and Cluster Manager.

I will join you in wondering whether that means Workbench is gonna go
payware, though.



On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 10:13 AM, Christoph Boget
<christoph.boget@stripped>wrote:

> http://www.mysql.com/products/
>
> So the free version is going to include only MyISAM?  And you won't be
> able to connect using MySQL Workbench (and presumably apps like MySQL
> Query Browser)?  Otherwise you have to shell out $2k?  Wow.  I think
> it might be time to start seriously looking at Postgres...
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