I don't think (most) guys must migrate from other RDBM, normally they
select mysql/mariadb/webscale/etcetc before starting the project, a
migration "in the middle" of a project is costly.
I agree, there's many open issue at jira/mysql bug report/percona/etc/etc
and others issue tracker systems that being completed make users migrate to
mysql

2016-10-14 10:21 GMT-03:00 Richard Bensley <richardbens...@gmail.com>:

> Is anyone surprised by the lack of TokuDB support? Percona is primarily an
> Oracle MySQL fork . The InnoDB changes in MySQL 8 represent something
> entirely different. Good, but different.
>
> I don't think I am being too speculative when I say, I am sure Oracle are
> in no hurry to make MySQL a serious contender to Oracle just yet! But
> MariaDB could.
>
> Me and many others had hope that TokuDB would be the death of InnoDB in
> MariaDB, and the catalyst to a truly amazing open source database.
>
> RocksDB can still come into play later, but it's not going to help users
> migrate from other RDBM systems, fix existing "missing" features from
> MariaDB, nor is it anything I don't think, existing TokuDB users care
> about.
>
> Richard
>
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