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Old 09-16-2018, 09:27 AM   #1
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List some MySql advantages and disadvantages?

Advantages of using Mysql in compared to Orcale

MySQL is a free, fast, reliable, open source relational database while Oracle is expensive, although they have provided Oracle free edition to attract MySQL users.
MySQL uses only just under 1 MB of RAM on your laptop while Oracle 9i installation uses 128 MB.
MySQL is great for database enabled websites while Oracle is made for enterprises.
MySQL is portable.
Disadvantages of MySql.

MySQL is not so efficient for large scale databases.
It does not support COMMIT and STORED PROCEDURES functions version less than 5.0.
Transactions are not handled very efficiently.
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Advantages Of Using MySQL
  • It’s Easy To Use
  • Support Is Readily Available Whenever Necessary
  • It’s Open-Source (Sort Of)
  • It’s Incredibly Inexpensive
  • It’s An Industry Standard (And Still Extremely Popular)
Disadvantages Of Using MySQL
  • It’s Got A Few Stability Issues
  • It Suffers From Relatively Poor Performance Scaling
  • Development Is Not Community Driven – and Hence Has Lagged
  • Its Functionality Tends To Be Heavily Dependant On Add-ons
  • Developers May Find Some Of Its Limitations To Be Frustrating
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