h.reindl at thelounge.net
Mon Mar 12 17:12:19 UTC 2012
Am 12.03.2012 18:07, schrieb aragonx at dcsnow.com:
> Is Mysql still the "standard" or has one of the forks taken over?
mysql is standard for nearly all downstream software with mysql-support
> I know Mysql is still there and can be installed but it might be a
> good idea to move where everyone else is moving
> for compatibility.
for compatibility it is a VERY BAD idea
> That is if people are moving at all
who is moving to where?
if you are replacing mysqld with any forks you may convert
your existing data, but migrate back would be difficult
please do not consider destroy mysqld in fedora because
some people are liking forks - i do not love orcale
but until know they are really doing a good job with
MySQL 5.5/5.6-devel and 5.5 was one of the best releases
ever while most forks are based on older versions
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