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ExtSQL

ExtSQL is not a new database server. It is a significant set of independently developed software additions and patches to the existing source code of both MySQL and PostgreSQL. It provides a new set of SQL language features that make it easy for a DBA to monitor and audit activity on a busy server and account for activity by user, database, or even connecting client host. It even includes the ability to store historical usage data in amounts and time intervals specified by the DBA. It is not a separate monitoring utility, but built into the core of both servers.

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  •  28 Oct 2008 12:54

    Release Notes: Complete patch sets for SUSE 10 are now supported on both on x86 and x86_64 architectures. Solaris 10 is supported on SPARC architectures.

    •  03 Oct 2008 18:13

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

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      29 Oct 2008 07:52 tehmoth

      GPL?
      Should have been X.org/BSDL, which is the lightest license amongst the databases being targeted.

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