It was a skeptical crowd of MySQLers that greeted Oracle's chief software architect at their annual conference on Tuesday, where he tried to sound reassuring on the future of their database. Edward Screven's message was simple: Oracle will continue to develop, maintain, and improve the community and Enterprise editions of their …
It's not the most popular transactional engine for MySQL. It's the only one that's production ready.
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New default engine, but no free backup tool capable of doing online backups!!!
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