On Fri, 16 Jul 1999 22:25:40 -0700, James Rogers wrote:
>Just to throw my two cents in, I have been hacking MySQL. I am working on
>porting MySQL to a new database kernel (actually, an existing one that I
>currently develop on) that will add a lot of scalability features that I
>could personally use. Among the ways I make money, I write custom database
>engines so this isn't exactly new territory for me. I really like the
>top-end to MySQL; it rocks and sports a lot of interesting and useful
>features. Given a more scalable back-end I would use MySQL for more than I
>currently do, a situation I am working on. I know a lot of other people
>who like MySQL, but who have run into similar scalability issues that are
>forcing them to use other databases. If these get fixed, I believe the
>user base will expand rapidly.
It would appear that my job will require me to hack an SQL server to be
able to access their legacy database system... Out of personal
preference, I've chosen MySQL... Are there any caveats I should be
aware of? The OS is AIX 4.3.2
BTW, I am still planning on releasing updated OS/2 binaries soon...
Creator of PowerMOD/2 and other such things...
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