Re: library cache miss ratio very high - how to find out the rot cause

From: Matthias Hoys <>
Date: Thu, 1 May 2008 17:53:39 +0200
Message-ID: <4819e708$0$2995$>

> Well, that's going to change. Nobody has commented on the elephant in
> the room and that would be the fact that Google, as one of the largest and
> most aggressive high-tech companies in the world, is not using Oracle.
> So, there is life without Oracle. I learned PgSQL and I am not sorry. I
> can even sell consulting for conversion of small databases from Oracle to
> PgSQL.
> With a problem like Google, Oracle doesn't need disloyalty and ill will
> among the consultants who used to be its loudest proponents and the most
> effective sales force. I only hope that Google will adopt PgSQL and renew
> the sense of competition among the databases.
> --
> Mladen Gogala

I think MySQL and EnterpriseDB will be slowly taking Oracle database's market share in the following years ...Both are become vey mature products. Received on Thu May 01 2008 - 10:53:39 CDT

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