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From:Fred Lindberg Date:April 29 1999 7:30pm
Subject:Microsoft introduces IMDB (In-memory database)
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Just thought I'd share this:

PCWeek April 26, 1999 (vol 16, no 17) starting on page 1 talks about
the new microsoft Windows 2000 adding an in-memory database "retrieving
it [data]from cache instead of from disk, said officials of the Remond,
Wash., company.". "``It's huge", said Jomo Moir, senior web
technologist at CBS, a financial Web site in San
Francisco, ...''.

AFAIK, a decent OS [linux and others], does disk caching at the OS
level. Maybe this needs to be advertized as a feature of MySQL on Linux
2.2.x ;-)

-Sincerely, Fred

(Frederik Lindberg, Infectious Diseases, WashU, St. Louis, MO, USA)

Microsoft introduces IMDB (In-memory database)Fred Lindberg29 Apr
  • Re: Microsoft introduces IMDB (In-memory database)Paul DuBois30 Apr
    • Re: Microsoft introduces IMDB (In-memory database)Brian Huddleston30 Apr
    • Re: Microsoft introduces IMDB (In-memory database)Van30 Apr
  • Re: Microsoft introduces IMDB (In-memory database)Fred Read30 Apr