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April 22, 2010

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Zack,

I too am mostly optimistic about MySQLs future under Oracle.

However regarding the performance improvements for 5.5 - As i undertand it, the gains are comparison to 5.1 - In other words, much of it was already there in MySQL 5.4 - in other words, the work of Sun & MySQL, and a number of community contributed patches.

One could argue that MySQL 5.4 would have been released already if not for Oracle's acquisition, in which case the benchmarks would have not been quite so spectacular.

Just saying - Credit where credit is due.

Good point. There were significant gains from many patches that go back to 5.4. But the latest gains from a combined innodb / mysql team go beyond even that.
--zack

Was a timeline provided for the release of 5.5?

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