Ron Mayer <rm_pg(at)cheapcomplexdevices(dot)com> writes:
> And with InnoDB they can claim Sabre / Travelocity, etc.
I'm not sure that's actually the case. The impression I get (and I
have declined to ask my "inside contact" on this ;-)) is that they are
using MySQL for catalog cacheing applications where transactions
aren't so necessary.
(In other matters, I haven't heard any stories of either company
dropping Oracle instances, and my "inside contact" has periodically
been picking my brain on PostgreSQL tuning ;-).)
On another note, it appears that "The Empire Strikes Back."
Apparently Jim Starkey, original InterBase implementor, has had his
company, <http://netfrastructure.com/>, bought out by MySQL AB...
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