I don't quite follow you. Why is it not relational? Note that MySQL's InnoDB table storage supports transactions, row-level locks, and foreign keys.

Adam Hooper

Erik Bourget wrote:
Adam Hooper <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

They're threads, they share the same memory. So all the MySQL threads are
sharing, among them, 10 megs.

For an RDBMS, MySQL is quite lightweight.

Then again, it's not an RDBMS (note the lack of 'relational').  SQL syntax
doesn't make an RDB.

- Erik

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