Can mySQL and MSSQL coexist on the same server peacefully?

Topher Fischer javert42 at cs.byu.edu
Fri Dec 11 10:57:34 MST 2009


On 12/05/2009 03:12 PM, Sasha Pachev wrote:
>> 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.
>
> I usually stay low-key about promoting my business but this was too
> tempting to pass up since you wrote a perfect marketing line.
>
> AskSasha.Com offers all of the above with respect to MySQL and the
> prices are reasonable.
>

Sasha,

Not to be too nit-picky or anything (I'm too young to turn into another 
Stuart!), but could you please figure out why your replies to the list 
are always jumping out of their thread?  They don't seem to have either 
an 'in-reply-to' or 'references' field in their headers.

Maybe I'm the one with the broken mail client, and I should be fixing 
something.  But I'm pretty sure it's not me.  Is it?

--Topher



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