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From Joseph Monti <mo...@smartrobots.com>
Subject Derby on embedded systems
Date Wed, 10 Nov 2004 20:54:02 GMT
Hi,

I am wondering if anyone has any advice on running Derby on embedded
hardware. I'm not referring to the embedded database engine, but running
it on a constrained system. 

The target system is a 60Mhz ARM7 with 32MB RAM and 128MB persistent
memory. Our primary language is Java and we were intrigued by the
capabilities and the whole idea of Derby so we are beginning to consider
it as our primary database.

We are currently using MySQL (Don't ask how, it wasn't easy) and are
looking for other options.

Should we even bother?

Are there any properties/settings to which we should be paying close
attention?

Thank you!
 - Joe Monti

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