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Submission + - Fedora 19 To Replace MySQL With MariaDB (phoronix.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Red Hat developers are planning to replace MySQL with MariaDB in Fedora 19. For the next Fedora update, the MariaDB fork would replace MySQL and the official MySQL package would be discontinued after some time. The reasoning for this move is the uncertainty about Oracle's support of MySQL as an open-source project and moves to make the database more closed.
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Fedora 19 To Replace MySQL With MariaDB

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