[rescue] Oracle kills Solaris

Phil Stracchino phils at caerllewys.net
Wed Sep 6 18:29:21 CDT 2017

On 09/06/17 19:20, Jonathan Patschke wrote:
> They were thinking, "Barring a hardware failure, We do not want the user
> to be able to accidentally lose data; in the service of this, nearly any
> inconvenience is permissible."

Which is not an area in which MyISAM can claim any laurels...

To be fair to MyISAM, one of its principal design constraints was that
it needed to work *acceptably well* on a small server shared with other
applications, at a time when a _large_ server was one that might have an
entire 32MB of RAM.

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