Seriously, I am tired of this kind of question. You gotta get bold enough to stand up in a "meeting" like that, say "guy's, you can ask me how this compares to Oracle ... but if you're seriously asking me how this compares to MySQL, call me again when you've done your homework".

Hey at least I noticed that InnoDB has one essential feature we don't:


Which does a shared lock on a row as opposed to a write lock, hence avoiding nasty foreign key deadlocks...


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