DBA's Guide to Databases Under Linux

The stability and reliability of the Linux operating system makes it an ideal platform on which to operate databases. Increasingly, major software vendors are designing their applications to run on Linux. DBA's Guide to Databases on Linux walks you through the installation and configuration of several major databases on Linux and provides a working example of an e-commerce Web site. Major commercial databases such as Oracle, Informix, Sybase, DB2 and Progress are covered in depth as well as the widely used freeware databases, MySQL and PostgreSQL. DBA's Guide to Databases on Linux is the ultimate resource and comparative reference for any DBA managing databases on Linux.

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