#debian - Mon 30 Apr 2007 between 20:54 and 20:59

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cafuegopickcoder: You could set a ulimit on the db, so it can't run away in a swapping/forking fenzy.
actionzinx can't imagine too good a reason to have 4GB of swap anyway
zinxcan't imagine too good a reason to have 4GB of swap anyway
you got that much swap.. you need more ram
rahulMV?
pickcoderzinx: when I set the box up (RH9.. btw) I didn't think about the rammififcations
rahulpickcoder: what's MV?
cafuegofunny punny
pickcodermulti-value... Pick.. Universe, D3, etc
rahulRAM, hah
pickcoderI just followed the old config rule
which doesn't apply on machines now
cafuegoThat's a 2.2 kernel rule
pickcoder<g>
rahulpickcoder: were you using Pick?
pickcoderI still am
along with thousands of companies around the world
rahulthousands more use mysql
cafuegoEven more use windows, does that make using windows an even better idea? ;-)
pickcoderIBM has boosted things since they bought the U2 products
most of the DB designs are moving to XML
rahulhah
XML.
zinxcafuego: Clearly. The sheep have spoken! The sheep do not lie!
cafuegozinx: baah to you too
pickcoder1NF isn't exactly real-world applicable
rahulyeah, XML is great for storage...
pickcoderbut this isn't #database
zinxrahul: it's so efficient
rahulzinx: once you gzip it ;)
cafuegoIt's not efficient, BUT it's human-readable.
rahulcafuego: it is?
pickcoderit's multi-relational
unlike 2-dimensional tables
rahulpickcoder: it is?
XML isn't relational at all.
tuvcafuego, according to this page http://blogs.sun.com/richb/entry/flash_not_working_with_firefox flash can work using ia32libs. not sure about win32codecs though
pickcodernesting isn't relational?
zinxXML is hierarchical
rahulpickcoder: no
zinxpickcoder: no

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