Am 30.11.2011 19:13, schrieb Karen Abgarian:
> Hi.... inline there.
> On 30.11.2011, at 0:16, Reindl Harald wrote:
>>> Most people do not expect a gas tank to shrink once the
>>> gas is consumed...right?
>> WHO THE FUCK is comparing computers with a gas tank?
> Well, I do. I even managed to do it without using foul language.
what answer do you expect comparing a database with a gas tank
while the gas tank is the hard-drive? if i take some gas out of
the tank (hard-drive) i expect that there is space for new one
> There are a lot of things in this life to be upset about. Empty gas tanks is one
> But I would not spill all that frustration on the very first person I meet on the
my frustration is people like you comparing a database with a gas tank
while not understand that the gas tank is the underlying hard-disk
if you stop make laughable comparison you will not get back frustration
> Taking the logical part of what was said above, there existed a database that
> possibly was able to save the space by using files_per_table. Does this somehow
> mean that there are no other databases in the world?
have i said this?
a default which makes it unable to free no longer used space
is dumb not more and not less
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