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From: Michael Widenius (montymysql.com)
Date: Sun Dec 07 2008 - 05:21:32 CST
>>>>> "Daevid" == Daevid Vincent <daeviddaevid.com> writes:
Daevid> Monty Widenius (MySQL co-founder who recently left Sun), on the other
Daevid> hand, doesn't cast a very favorable light on 5.1 for production use.
Daevid> Good read:
Daevid> "If you plan to use any of the new features of MySQL 5.1, regard
Daevid> these as if they would be of beta quality."
To make things clear:
I think that MySQL 5.1 is (much) better version of 5.0. It's
*labeling* 5.1 as GA that I am not agreeing with.
If you use any of the new features, you should use them with a bit of
caution. They work for a lot of people but, as can be seen in the bug
reports, there are still some rough edges that shouldn't be in a GA
releases. When you have 10+ millions of users, it's not good enough
to be 99 % good.
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