[SATLUG] LAMP Server Question #2
guy at gchconsult.com
Wed Oct 8 11:20:44 CDT 2014
I second this. That said, MariaDB is a fork MySQL so at least until the fork occurred it has a solid track record - the only concern is where they have diverged since forking. The absolute best advice I can give you is that there is no RIGHT answer. All options have their pros and cons. Which one is best depends on the circumstances and requirements of your project - however MySQL and Postgres will provide you with a larger user mind share to tap into.
On Oct 8, 2014, at 10:12 AM, Stewart Smith <tuupes80 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> You might want to examine Postgres. Long track record. Full function.
>> Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2014 22:41:02 -0500
>> From: alesmerises at satx.rr.com
>> To: satlug at satlug.org
>> Subject: [SATLUG] LAMP Server Question #2
>> I am working on a project that involves setting up a server for a
>> customer where they will need to access a database on an on-going basis
>> for various kinds of record-keeping, etc. I have come to the conclusion
>> that a LAMP server will be the best solution for them (I won't bore you
>> with all the reasons why, but let's assume that is the way I will go).
>> This will be the first time I will undertake a project quite like this,
>> so I have a few specific questions where I would like some opinions,
>> especially the professionals out there who may have done jobs similar to
>> this for paying customers.
>> Since the questions deal with different topics, I will send them out
>> separately so as not to muddy the waters by mixing things together.
>> --> QUESTION #2:
>> Does anyone have any experience with MariaDb (vs MySQL)? I understand
>> the rationale why some people feel uncomfortable with Oracle's role in
>> MySQL's development/maintenance and what that may mean for the future
>> 'openness' of MySQL, but it seems that MariaDb (especially as an
>> _organization_) doesn't have that long of a track record, so I'm not yet
>> entirely comfortable hanging my hat on that product. Thoughts?
>> Al Lesmerises
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