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From:Sander Pilon Date:September 12 2000 1:47pm
Subject:RE: MySQL 3.23.24 released
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Then you've not tried very hard :) Even the latest (3.23.24) can be brought
to crash.

But then again, you can bring 3.22.x to its knees with a query too.

Still, 3.23 is probably the preferred version at the moment, even if its
marked beta.

>
> Yes, but I have been using the beta 3.23 for over a year now and have
> never had a crash. The server does around 1 query/update every 2secs
> without any problems.
>
> Dan Pelton wrote:
> >
> > Is MySQL 3.22 the latest production release?
> >
> > Michael Widenius wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi!
> > >
> > > MySQL 3.23.24 is now released


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