Another possible solution (although more drastic) is to switch DBMS's.  I
use PostgreSQL with no troubles.  However, 6.5 and earlier are not so
great performance wise.  7.0.3 is OK, and 7.1.2 is exceptional.  It also
now (finally) supports outer joins and write ahead locking.

If you are at the beginning of a project, this might not be a big switch.
If you have a lot of data already loaded, this would be an unpleasant


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