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MySQL Standard 2000$ and the MySQL Classis will have no InnoDB?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Axmant Brahaj, Nov 4, 2010.

  1. Axmant Brahaj

    Axmant Brahaj Member

    While checking the MySQL Editions comparison page, I noticed that Oracle "did it". The MySQL Standard will cost 2000$ and the class edition has no support for InnoDB.
    What will this influance the future releases of XenForo since the XF uses mostly the InnoDb tables.
     
  2. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    mariadb is the way to go :)
     
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  3. Shadab

    Shadab Well-Known Member

    Doesn't affect us in any way.
    InnoDB is included in the GPL'd version of MySQL (ie, Community Server).
     
  4. hescominsoon

    hescominsoon Active Member

    For now...
     
  5. mlx

    mlx Well-Known Member

  6. hescominsoon

    hescominsoon Active Member

    for now..
     
  7. Vladislav Rastrusny

    Vladislav Rastrusny Active Member

  8. maidos

    maidos Active Member

    there are so many new companies offering sql application but have anyone done benchmark for example mardiadb, skysqletc?
     
  9. Vladislav Rastrusny

    Vladislav Rastrusny Active Member

  10. Jethro

    Jethro Well-Known Member

    Oracle might just get a backlash in five or so years when current MySQL users are in a position to affect corporate DB strategies, just saying.
     
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  11. Floris

    Floris Guest

    Nothing PostgreSQL can't fix.
     
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  12. Forsaken

    Forsaken Well-Known Member

    Theres a large undertaking to make an alternative SQL solution other than MySQL the industry standard in hosting. That'll hurt Oracle more than anything else could, because that is often their main target.
     
  13. Marc

    Marc Well-Known Member

    End of the day if enough people are opposed to it being removed, it would end up being put back. Makes you wonder if it would be put back too late leaving people moving to another db though. Would be a massive change for the internet world though if it happened.
     
  14. Floris

    Floris Guest

    That sounds like MySQL is just thinking "haha, ppl will pay, it's easier than changing"
    haha, ill change.
     
  15. Marc

    Marc Well-Known Member

    My thoughts entirely. My personal opinion is if Im gonna pay for a database I will be using a windows platform with SQL Server.
     
  16. hescominsoon

    hescominsoon Active Member

    let hope this beings a move to either one of the mysql forks or a migration to postgres
     
  17. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    Even MSSQL has a free flavor with full functionality of the paid one
     
  18. Marc

    Marc Well-Known Member

    However has a limit on database size, limit on memory and processors can be used etc. Its not got all the functionality however the things you do not get with the express edition you are not likley to use with something like a forum anyways. However the limitations on memory, size and processors would certainly affect people running forums.
     
  19. RickM

    RickM Well-Known Member

    MSSQL isn't too practical for most as it doesn't work on Linux...very few will be willing to use Windows over Linux.
     
  20. Forsaken

    Forsaken Well-Known Member

    The original point was that they'd pay for Windows MSSQL rather than pay for MySQL.
     

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