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From Mike Matrigali <mikem_...@sbcglobal.net>
Subject Re: Features: Tablepartitioning, Tablespaces and replication and Loadbalancing
Date Tue, 26 Apr 2005 18:03:00 GMT
I sent a longer note replying to this, I would also be interested
in any other features one is expecting from an Enterprise DB that
are missing from derby.

apoc9009@yahoo.de wrote:
> Hi all,
> In theese Days there are some fine Databases out there but no one has 
> the Features of
> Java and its scale abilities.For example i cannot mix a MySQL 32 and 64 
> Bit Database on my
> given Hardware. I can only use 64-Bit or 64-Bit Systems "only".
> MySQL runs fast on Linux and poor on FreeBSD and other UNIX System 
> without some
> modifications (for example Threadlib issue) or dirty Tricks.
> Sometimes a Feature will be avaiable on Windows only and on Linux not 
> e.t.c.
> With a Java SQL-Database like Derby there is a real Chance to have all 
> the cool
> Features of the Database at any System at any tme, as long als a J2SE 
> JVM is
> present.
> Derby is the Right Way but is there any Plans to make it Enterprise 
> ready (replication,
> Loadbalancing of Connections,  Online Backup, Table PArtitioning)?
> Josh Carpenter

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