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InnoDB Dropped From Oracle MySQL Classic Edition

dkd903 (1156359) writes | more than 3 years ago

Oracle 2

dkd903 (1156359) writes "In a move to make MySQL more profitable, Oracle has dropped support for InnoDB storage engine from the MySQL Classic edition which is available for free. So this free version of MySQL – the classic edition is left with only one storage engine, that is MyISAM. InnoDB Storage engine will be available only from MySQL Standard edition and above which starts at US$2000."
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you know, there is postgres, and it's free. (1)

JustFisher (1123293) | more than 3 years ago | (#34131048)

Oracle buried netbeans. Then opensolaris. What would you expect?

Is this recoverable? (1)

QuantumBeep (748940) | more than 3 years ago | (#34132124)

Will it take more than a fork to keep InnoDB available?

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