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From:Reindl Harald Date:February 8 2013 5:43am
Subject:Re: Major MySQL Revision Takes on NoSQL
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Am 08.02.2013 03:51, schrieb Peter Brawley:
> On 2013-02-07 8:29 PM, Daevid Vincent wrote:
>> http://adtmag.com/articles/2013/02/06/mysql-update.aspx
> 
> The headline is weirdly deceptive. Mebbe they thought the headline would draw eyes to
> their ads.
> 
> This edition of MySQL is less like NoSQL, and more determinedly relational, than any
> before.
> 
> It'd be more accurate to say that Monty & David anticipated NoSQL by a decade.
> The early editions of MySQL, with no
> ACID compliance, no foreign keys, no transactions, were more like NoSQL than any
> version of MySQL released since 2004.

much more interesting:

>> This release promises to crank up query execution times with pre-execution
>> subqueries. Diagnostics are improved with EXPLAIN for INSERT, UPDATE, and
>> DELETE operations, and the ability to output in JSON. And a new Optimizer
>> Traces tool allows users to track the optimizer decision-making process

does this also affect MyISAM or is the engine only a unloved child
since the switch to innodb as default engine?


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Major MySQL Revision Takes on NoSQLDaevid Vincent8 Feb
  • Re: Major MySQL Revision Takes on NoSQLPeter Brawley8 Feb
    • Re: Major MySQL Revision Takes on NoSQLReindl Harald8 Feb
      • Re: Major MySQL Revision Takes on NoSQLJohan De Meersman8 Feb