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 Post subject: what is MySQL?
PostPosted: Sun Jul 18, 2004 4:14 pm 
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Hi ya :D

In 2 forums i visit now, i get MYSQL errors all over the place. WTF is MySQL?


Also my computer takes FOREVER to boot from thw winxp loading screen. (ranging from 25 secs to 1 min). Is this because im using an SCSI drive (10000 rpm), dual cpus or ECC memory? Or is it because ive made a slipstreamed win xp service pack 1 cd?

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MySQL is an Open Source database. websites use it to store information. if you're getting MySQL errors, then their web servers are having problems...


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it shouldnt be the hardware

WinXP Pro is *supposed* to be for servers

Home is dumbed down Pro


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BiggPa wrote:
it shouldnt be the hardware

WinXP Pro is *supposed* to be for servers

Home is dumbed down Pro


Pro is supposed to be for Workstations/power users/laptops.
Servers will be running the server lines of Windows.


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well im using pro right now, heard server is $$.

Im going to reinstall win xp soon, but jeez that takes almost 3-4 hours :(


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just FYI, most new copies of WinXP (i.e.: they haven't been sitting on a shelf since 2002) come with SP1 slipstreamed.


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