Reads interesting, but...
Why would you need that?
I mean... If I run several databases in the same hardware, I use completely
diferent paths for evertying, so I can have atomic, clean and specific
files for each instance/version of the database....
I think is much more easy to migrato to another hardware that way, just
copy the instance and you are set...
On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 9:23 AM, Honza Horak <hhorak@stripped> wrote:
> PostgreSQL allows to use version-specific configuration files, which
> allows to change some settings only for particular version of DB.
> I think a similar enhancement would be nice and usable for administrators
> of MySQL as well.
> Please, consider the attached patch as a simple proposal. Any comments are
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