On Fri, Jan 30, 2015 at 1:45 PM, Mario M. Westphal <m...@mwlabs.de> wrote:

> - From what I can tell, network-based databases are not more likely to
> corrupt than databases stored on built-in disks or SSDs or databases kept
> on disks or USB sticks connected via USB.

That's a big assumption. Network filesystems are historically _notorious_
for locking-related problems (the root of many corruption problems).

----- stephan beal
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