On 23 Jul 2003 at 10:08, Jeff wrote:
> I am sure that, for example, mysql will compile just fine on a 64 bit
> platform (given gcc of course), and it may actually run, but that doesn't
> mean it has been "tested" or "used in production".. so mysql (oracle, etc)
> can claim "64 bit compatibility" just like pg does, and pg doesn't win
> anything by using that terminology.
If mysql works on 64 bit platform, is it able to take advantage of 64bits? Is
it 64 bit clean, in sense of ILP paradigm?
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