Hello,

The following article is a very good look at some of our limitations and highlights some of the pains many of us have been working "around" since we started using the software.


https://eng.uber.com/mysql-migration/

Specifically:

* Inefficient architecture for writes
* Inefficient data replication
* Issues with table corruption
* Poor replica MVCC support
* Difficulty upgrading to newer releases

It is a very good read and I encourage our hackers to do so with an open mind.

Sincerely,

JD

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