Can mySQL and MSSQL coexist on the same server peacefully?

Sasha Pachev sasha at asksasha.com
Sat Dec 5 15:12:08 MST 2009


> Right.  Like you said, one of the main reasons that one chooses an
> Enterprise DB (over some community developed one) is the support.
> It's totally reassuring that you can pick up the phone and get someone
> with the serious technical expertise needed to get things working
> again.  Not to mention, they'll have access to internal KBs that
> nobody else does.  Heck, they might even have access to the source
> code and be able to take it line by line until they find your problem.
> You can't put a price on that kind of support.

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