> 100% sure yet). AFAIK only Oracle has it. If you are referring to
> MySQL's transaction support not being there. Don't even go there! A
> quick Google should put that to rest.
It's been about 4-5 months since I looked at MySQL and yes I was indeed
thinking of transactions but if they've plugged that hole then great.
> What platform are you on that Postgre supports and MySQL doesn't? Oh
> wait just looked at your e-mail. Would it be sco?
SCO OpenServer, yes. It doesnt have threads. MySQL requires them.
UnixWare does of course, so MySQL is not a problem there. I also just
have more experience with PostgreSQL ... like anyone else Im'm biased
towards the tools I know :) But you're right, the actual database is
irrelevant if you actually have a pluggable FS.
> I'm really sorry that I can't go into more detail or have a discussion
> on it right now:-(
No worries I have a lot of pressure too :) We need a new SCM. CVS doesnt
do it, BitKeeper, while a great tool, is out of the running becuase
trivial operations result in a full tree clone (a problem with something
the size of UnixWare or OpenServer), so I am currently re-evaluating SVN
and am looking at Perforce as well. Last time I looked the text-base
penalty was what drove me away from svn but from my relatively casual
glances over mail topics I think that has been addressed to the point I
dont see it as an issue any longer.
> But if *you* are serious about pitching in on a SQL FS make sure you
> read up on the Subversion FS before you say for sure. If you're looking
> for someone else to do it, please be patient.
Nope I'll willing (although not currently able till I read all the
literative and code) to help out with this. My evening times have been
freed recently so I have bandwith too. If you get to the point of needed
extra hands to help out with this endeavour, keep me in mind. I'll forge
on as best I can for now.
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