[erlang-questions] MySQl vs. mnesia
Thu Aug 9 01:28:39 CEST 2007
MySQL > mnesia. I'm an erlang fan, but technically you
dont really have much of a choice.
I'm not sure mnesia shines anywhere but in theory.
Someone needs to talk about a DB's performance over
millions of rows. I can use MSAccess tables for 30,000
records a pop and I get decent performance and no data
loss, until a table flatfile that is over 2G. MySQL4,
I get no data loss until a table is over 4T and that's
Note the first paragraph:
If I can't do a 6 table FK'd join (on tables
containing hundreds of thousands of rows) I can't use
a DB for real work. *shrug*
--- Ben Munat <bent@REDACTED> wrote:
> Patrick wrote:
> I'm curious why you recommend MySQL over mnesia? Are
> thinking of "business environment" folks who
> would just be more comfortable with something well
> known like MySQL? Or do you know of
> data-integrity or performance issues that I should
> know about?
> ...I have not come
> across a single story of data-loss, performance
> issues or other problems/disasters with mnesia.
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