On Wed, 13 Aug 2003, Christopher Browne wrote:
> pgman(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us (Bruce Momjian) writes:
> > To me, the big MySQL issue is that it isn't an open source
> > development project, just a company that distributes code via open
> > source. They will never be able to keep up with us.
> I found the quote from Scott McNealy most ironic:
> "If you want to save...money, make the default database MySQL. It's
> free, it's bundled [with Sun's Solaris software], you've got the whole
> open-source community working on making it better. If Yahoo and Google
> can run their entire operations on MySQL, then certainly there's a
> huge chunk of your operations that could run on it as well."
I had a chat with some of the Google guys when I went to LinuxWorld in New
York 2 years back ... unless something has changed dramatically, Google
has their own backend engine, and it isn't/wasn't MySQL ... and has Yahoo
been using Google for awhile now?
Can anyone confirm whether Google is, in fact, using MySQL?
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