Partitioning is available in the community edition and has been for a
while now. Support is the only real difference and since Oracle took
over the support available in the community is usually faster and better
than you get from Oracle.
On Wed, 2011-09-21 at 16:23 +0200, Claudio Nanni wrote:
> There is no difference.
> It's just a marketing thing.
> Enterprise is mainly Support + Enterprise monitor,
> the source code is exactly the same, the binaries are just (as they say)
> with more optimized compilation,
> more often patches are released if you are an Enterprise subscriber.
> The only extra feature (it was until some time ago, not sure now) is
> partitioning, that it was possible to have it only in the binaries
> downloaded from your Enterprise account.
> No problems at all otherwise.
> 2011/9/21 Johan De Meersman <vegivamp@stripped>
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > > From: "Alastair Armstrong" <alastaira@stripped>
> > >
> > > We are in the process of upgrading from the Free Community Edition of
> > > MySQL on our Live environment to the Enterprise Edition.
> > >
> > > Do we need to do the same for my Development environment or can I
> > > continue developing on the Community Ed and then simply deploy any
> > > code, SQL script, etc to the Live Enterprise edition on our live server?
> > Well... Enterprise edition tends to be a bit behind the community version,
> > so it's not unthinkable that behaviour might be different.
> > If you're just using regular queries and stuff, you should be perfectly
> > fine, though.
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