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  • MariaDB 10.4 + PHP 7.4 Slated For Fedora 32

    Phoronix: MariaDB 10.4 + PHP 7.4 Slated For Fedora 32

    This shouldn't come as much surprise, but the upcoming Fedora 32 will offer the latest "L.A.M.P." stack components...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...B-10.4-PHP-7.4

  • #2
    I don't get why did they have to split the MySQL code into 2 pieces: MySQL Community and MariaDB.
    Maybe because Oracle bought MySQL, but still, why, if they both are almost the exact same code?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by msotirov
      I thought we're past the age where anyone runs their web services on the actual host OS. Who cares what version of PHP they ship in the age of containers.
      Maybe for Fedora 32 containers?

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      • #4
        MariaDB was born in order to prevent eventual MySQL's licence change but still I miss a MongoDB's replacement in Fedora due to the same subject

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        • #5
          Originally posted by msotirov
          Who cares what version of PHP they ship in the age of containers.
          Script kiddies. Eventually they might find a way to escape the container, and that will be a risk.

          Oh come on,
          Last edited by tildearrow; 09-13-2019, 01:11 PM.

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          • #6
            -Fedora 32 : the distro without 32 bit support.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by tildearrow View Post
              I don't get why did they have to split the MySQL code into 2 pieces: MySQL Community and MariaDB.
              Maybe because Oracle bought MySQL, but still, why, if they both are almost the exact same code?
              They are not almost the same code, yes MariaDB incorporates most of the patches that Oracle puts into MySQL but MariaDB also performs lots of independent development (that Oracle does not put into MySQL).

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              • #8
                Originally posted by msotirov
                I thought we're past the age where anyone runs their web services on the actual host OS. Who cares what version of PHP they ship in the age of containers.
                No, not everyone uses containers. Also I care about what version of PHP they ship for when I do local web development.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by msotirov
                  I thought we're past the age where anyone runs their web services on the actual host OS. Who cares what version of PHP they ship in the age of containers.
                  So what do you think runs in the container? Btw. containers are not the answer to every use case.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by msotirov
                    I thought we're past the age where anyone runs their web services on the actual host OS. Who cares what version of PHP they ship in the age of containers.
                    FYI: containers are built by downloading and installing host OS packages inside it.

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