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Re: PostgreSQL contra Oracle

From: Satoshi Nagayasu <snaga(at)snaga(dot)org>
To: Kaare Rasmussen <kar(at)webline(dot)dk>
Cc: pgsql-advocacy(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: PostgreSQL contra Oracle
Date: 2005-11-01 01:01:05
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Hi Kaare,

2005/11/1, Kaare Rasmussen <kar(at)webline(dot)dk>:
> Log miner. A tool that walks the Undo logs an returns statements to update
> with old data. Could be useful for recovering specific table data, Data
> Mining etc.
> In the PostgreSQL world, it couldn't be dificult to do the same with WAL,
> or?

This is very interesting for me.
MySQL's binary log can be used to replicate modifications on the master node.
I think human readable log is important.

> Fine Grain Audit. Some rules based autit mechanism where you can log e.g.
> all access to specific data.

There is no doubt that the audit and security facilities are now top priority
for DBMSes.

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NAGAYASU Satoshi <snaga(at)snaga(dot)org>

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