On Tuesday 03 August 2004 14:14, Lester Caine wrote:

> I want LAFP but LAPP seems still to be more popular on Linux.
>
> WHY does everybody run lemming like after MySQL. It STILL has to catch
> up with the better FREE database engines ;)

It depends on your needs. For simple storage of data (involving few 
relationships) then MySQL is more than sufficient and a tried and tested 
solution. This probably covers the vast majority of the data storage needs of 
web apps. No sense in going for a DB with features you're never ever going to 
use and is probably slower to boot.

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