Re: Which SQL is the best for servers?

From: Jerry Stuckle <>
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2009 07:27:01 -0500
Message-ID: <gneaem$bbs$>

Geoff Muldoon wrote:
> Jerry Stuckle says...
>>>>>>> The server would run Linux or one of the BSD variant
>>>>>> You also missed DB2, SQL Server and several others.
>>>>> Scrap MSSQL Server as a candidate given the above O/S requirement.

>>>> The OS should be picked based on the requirements of the database and 
>>>> rest of the system, not vice versa.
>>> In an ideal world, yes.

>>> My comments were simply based on the OPs restriction on O/S.  There may be 
>>> valid non-ideal-world reasons for that restriction.

>> More than just ideal world.  The higher the requirements, the more 
>> important it is.  And he has some pretty high requirements.

> No wanting to get into a philosophical argument, but ...
> Sometimes restrictions are imposed. Hopefully these will NOT conflict
> with the requirements, and in the OP's case there is still acceptable
> remaining flexibility of choice.
> My upcoming project will have the RDBMS mandated. I can live with that,
> because the option imposed on me can more than comfortably handle the
> requirements. Is this ideal? No. Are the motives for this imposed
> restriction reasonable in this case? Yes.
> Geoff M

If artificial restrictions which affect the success of the project are imposed, then it's time to get rid of those restrictions.

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Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
Received on Tue Feb 17 2009 - 06:27:01 CST

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