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From musky <musk...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Help Urgent:Apache derby network server
Date Sat, 22 Dec 2007 02:11:56 GMT

thanks for your quick reply:
i read a comparison of mysql and apache derby and i found this line
"it easily handles processing requests of 25 concurrent connections".
what does this mean?
does it mean that only 25 remote hosts can access the database simuaneously?

please help.

Bryan Pendleton wrote:
>> i want to know how many hosts can access(both insertion and retrieval)the
>> derby database via the derby network server. 
> You mean, at the same time? Thousands.
> The limits aren't in Derby itself, but involve things like:
>   - whether your operating system can scale well
>   - how much hardware you can afford
>   - how carefully you write your application.
> If your clients aren't simultaneously accessing Derby, then
> the limits are even higher.
> thanks,
> bryan

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