Re: OT: MySQL Books

MySQL, 3rd Edition by Paul Dubois
High Performance MySQL by Jeremy Zavodny

I was at the MySQL Conference last month and can confirm that Ken
Jacobs was indeed there.

--Walt Weaver
   Bozeman, Montana

On 5/4/05, MacGregor, Ian A. <ian@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I need recommendations on the best book(s) for learning MySQL.  There =3D
> are more and more folks using products which do not support Oracle.  =3D
> Also the transactionless myISAM type database is very attractive to =3D
> folks working on projects such as the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope =3D
> which should produce a petabyte of data daily.  They won't be taking =3D
> data until 2012 so 1 PB per year might be routine by then. =3D20
>=20
> Nothing is settled and Oracle may be in the running.  The system to =3D
> collect the data needs to be in place by 2010.  So even if MySQL is =3D
> picked at first that could easily be changed.   The head of the database =
=3D
> committee for LSST showed me a business card he had gotten at last =3D
> month's MySQL conference in Santa Clara, and asked if I recognized the =
=3D
> name on it.  The name was Ken Jacobs.
>=20
> Ian MacGregor
> Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
> ian@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx=3D20
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