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We decided to dump MySQL 8.0.23

Posted by TheGhost Mon Nov 29, 1999 8:00 pm

We dumped MySQL 8.0.23

We have gone back to MariaDB 10.2.3 and I guess we owe them an apology as it is obvious that we made a horrible decision going to MySQL 8.0.23 

As time goes on, MySQL develops more extensive features or changes to its internal architecture. They have more developers on staff than MariaDB, so they are making changes at a faster pace. However, it turns out that MySQL 8.0.23 sucks and is slower than phuck! I guess Oracle deserves it though. I can see some bullshit was pulled during the sale and somebody phucked up when they lost the lead developer for MySQL.

Who's Currently Behind The Databases?

In 2010, MySQL was acquired by the Oracle Corporation. At that time, one of the original developers, Michael “Monty” Widenius, felt that the Oracle Corporation had a conflict of interest between MySQL and their Oracle database.

In response to this, he decided to create a fork of the project named MariaDB. Since then, there's been a lot of healthy competition between MySQL and MariaDB that has led to some really great innovation. Since Oracle is backing MySQL and has a solid foundation, it continues to be the leader. However, MariaDB offers some compelling reasons why nerds may want to switch databases.

MySQL: MySQL was originally started by MySQL AB in 1994 by a Swedish company that was created by a nerd named David Axmark, Allan Larsson, and another nerd named Michael “Monty” Widenius. The first version of MySQL was released in 1995. In 2008, Sun Microsystems purchased MySQL AB. In 2010, Sun Microsystems was acquired by Oracle.

MySQL is currently maintained by the Oracle Corporation.

MariaDB: On the day Oracle announced they had purchased MySQL, Michael “Monty” Widenius shit a shiny nerd cape and took several MySQL developers and started MariaDB, a fork of MySQL from that point.

 

Hats off to Michael “Monty” Widenius he is truly the shit and I thank him for what he did and he did us proud. MariaDB is lightning fast!

Sincerely,
Ernest Allen Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Allen Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]gmail.com
  phone: (813) 846-2865 | mobile: (813) 520-3360
  CEO @ The 86it Developers Network,
  8010 Woodland Center Blvd #86,
  Tampa 33614, USA

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We have dumped MariaDB and here is why!

Posted by TheGhost Mon Nov 29, 1999 8:00 pm

We dumped MariaDB 10.2.3

We are now running MySQL 8.0.23

As time goes on, MySQL develops more extensive features or changes to its internal architecture. They have more developers on staff than MariaDB, so they are making changes at a faster pace.

 

Who's Currently Behind The Databases?

In 2010, MySQL was acquired by the Oracle Corporation. At that time, one of the original developers, Michael “Monty” Widenius, felt that the Oracle Corporation had a conflict of interest between MySQL and their Oracle database.

In response to this, he decided to create a fork of the project named MariaDB. Since then, there's been a lot of healthy competition between MySQL and MariaDB that has led to some really great innovation. Since Oracle is backing MySQL and has a solid foundation, it continues to be the leader. However, MariaDB offers some compelling reasons for why nerds may want to switch databases.

MySQL: MySQL was originally started by MySQL AB in 1994 by a Swedish company that was created by a nerd named David Axmark, Allan Larsson, and another nerd named Michael “Monty” Widenius. The first version of MySQL was released in 1995. In 2008, Sun Microsystems purchased MySQL AB. In 2010, Sun Microsystems was acquired by Oracle.

MySQL is currently maintained by the Oracle Corporation.

MariaDB: On the day Oracle announced they had purchased MySQL, Michael “Monty” Widenius with his shining nerd cape took several MySQL developers and started MariaDB, a fork of MySQL from that point.


Thanks,
The 86it Team

Sincerely,
Ernest Allen Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Allen Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]gmail.com
  phone: (813) 846-2865 | mobile: (813) 520-3360
  CEO @ The 86it Developers Network,
  8010 Woodland Center Blvd #86,
  Tampa 33614, USA

( Likes & comments? The 86it Dev Team | Server Updates | Score: 5 ) ( Reads: 280 )

PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

We are adding PHP v8 to PHP-FPM today.

Posted by TheGhost Mon Nov 29, 1999 8:00 pm

Current Developer Support:

FROM:
PHP 5.4 for porting only.
PHP 5.5 for porting only.
PHP 5.6 for porting only.
PHP 7.0 for porting only.
PHP 7.1 for porting only.
PHP 7.2 for porting only.
PHP 7.3 for porting only
 

TO:
PHP 7.4 for current development.
OR
PHP 8.0 for advanced current development.

PHP 8 has been here for a little while now. It was released on November 26, 2020. This will introduce some breaking changes, as well as lots of new features and performance improvements.

Because of the breaking changes, there's a higher chance you'll need to make some changes in your code to get it running on PHP 8. If you've kept up to date with the latest releases though, the upgrade shouldn't be too hard, since most breaking changes were deprecated in the PHP 7.xx versions.

Besides breaking changes, PHP 8 also brings a nice set of new features such as the JIT compilerunion typesattributes, and more.

Sincerely,
Ernest Allen Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Allen Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]gmail.com
  phone: (813) 846-2865 | mobile: (813) 520-3360
  CEO @ The 86it Developers Network,
  8010 Woodland Center Blvd #86,
  Tampa 33614, USA

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