Tag: Database

MariaDB, the Backward Compatible Branch of MySQL(R) Database Server

Google Tech Talk April 19, 2010 ABSTRACT Presented by Monty Widenius. MariaDB is a community developed, backward compatible, drop-in replacement branch of the MySQL(R) Database Server. What is MariaDB all about, and what is its future? What can you do with new features added in the first GA release of MariaDB 5.1, such as additional

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Oracle Database 11g Oracle Real Application Clusters Handbook, 2nd Edition (Osborne ORACLE Press Series)

Oracle Database 11g Oracle Real Application Clusters Handbook, 2nd Edition (Osborne ORACLE Press Series) From Oracle Press—a complete guide to Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Real Application Clusters (RAC) concepts, administration, tuning, and troubleshooting Written by an Oracle ACE, Oracle Database 11g Real Application Clusters Handbook covers everything you need to know about Oracle RAC—low-cost

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Recovering corruption issues while using mysqldump utility in MySQL database

Recovering corruption issues while using mysqldump utility in MySQL database Recovering corruption issues while using mysqldump utility in MySQL database Free Online Articles Directory Why Submit Articles? Top Authors Top Articles FAQ ABAnswers Publish Article 0 && $.browser.msie ) { var ie_version = parseInt($.browser.version); if(ie_version Login Login via Register Hello My Home Sign Out Email

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Oracle Database 10g Performance Tuning Tips & Techniques (Osborne ORACLE Press Series)

Oracle Database 10g Performance Tuning Tips & Techniques (Osborne ORACLE Press Series) “Offers hundreds of hints, tips, and tricks of the trade that can be useful to any DBA wanting to achieve maximum performance of Oracle applications. No Oracle library would be complete without this book.” –Ken (Dr. DBA) Jacobs, Vice President of Product Strategy

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What does the number of MySQL databases mean in hosting plans? Unlimited within the database?

Question by pyro1509: What does the number of MySQL databases mean in hosting plans? Unlimited within the database? When a hosting plan says MySQL databases: 5, 10, 15.. etc What does this mean? Can I have unlimited tables within each database? Can the tables have unlimited entries? Best answer: Answer by farmdveIt should be unlimited

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