> Long story short, every single PostgreSQL machine survived the failure
> with *zero* data corruption. I had a few issues with SQL Server
> machines, and virtually every MySQL machine has required data cleanup
> and table scans and tweaks to get it back to "production" status.
Can I quote you on this? I'll need name/company.
And, thank you for posting that regardless ...
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