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From:Paul DuBois Date:February 8 2003 9:49pm
Subject:RE: Mysql 4 production quality
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At 19:23 +1100 2/7/03, Dan Rossi wrote:
>yes i am aware that sub selects are in 4.1, i'm pretty sure  i have it
>running @ home, there are some large traffic sites i would like to lighten
>up and make a bit faster code wise with query caching and sub selects, but i
>havent been told what "gamma" means ?

It's in the manual what MySQL AB means by alpha, beta, gamma:

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Josh Trutwin [mailto:josh@stripped]
>Sent: Thursday, February 06, 2003 2:16 PM
>To: mysql@stripped
>Subject: Re: Mysql 4 production quality
>>  hi there i was wondering if mysql 4 will become production quality soon
>>  ? i would like to convince work to start using it, so i can start using
>>  the transactions, sub selects and query cache
>I don't think MySQL 4.0 has sub-selects, that's 4.1.
>I've been using 4.0 on two different ISPs for a few months without
>incident, but the apps are not very complicated...

Mysql 4 production qualityDan Rossi5 Feb
  • Re: Mysql 4 production qualityJosh Trutwin6 Feb
    • RE: Mysql 4 production qualityDan Rossi7 Feb
      • RE: Mysql 4 production qualityPaul DuBois8 Feb
      • Re: Mysql 4 production qualityJeremy Zawodny8 Feb
  • Re: Mysql 4 production qualityDan Nelson6 Feb
  • Re: Mysql 4 production qualityJeremy Zawodny7 Feb