Binger David wrote:


It seems like all of these potential advantages are available through
the use of multiple storages, but none of them really require database-level
support for cross-storage references.    On the other hand, it seems
clear that cross-storage references make the system as a whole
(software + people) less reliable.

Quit bellyaching. So there are currently bugs in cross-storage references, they should get fixed. Your argument is like saying my car has a flat tyre, so we should remove the ability for cars to have tyres...

cheers,

Chris

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