Setup Questions for LiveCode Server

Dave Kilroy dave at applicationinsight.com
Tue Oct 22 09:59:26 CEST 2013


Pierre thanks for this - can you expand a bit more on use of MySQL - I use
MySQL but so far only handling pretty tiny amounts of data: am I building in
a performance penalty using MySQL even using simple operations with small
amounts of data or do the differences only manifest when MySQL is being
stressed?

Kind regards

Dave


Pierre Sahores-2 wrote
> simple : never use MySQL as the SQL back-office because it's architecture
> makes it a very slow SQL engine (very bad complexity in time calculations
> ability); use any ACID SQL compliant server instead (PostgreSQL,
> Valentina,…).





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