[Snort-users] Re: BASE vs. ACID Quick Question
esler at ...8070...
Mon Sep 19 09:02:18 EDT 2005
I think you meant to say that backwards.
On Aug 25, 2005, at 3:34 PM, John Creegan wrote:
>>>>> "Steve Brown" <Steve.Brown at ...13456...> 08/25/05 02:11PM >>>
>> Are there enough benefits with BASE that it is worth switching from
>> ACID? Hopefully, someone that has used both products can respond and
>> share his or her thoughts. They appear to be very similar products
>> other than BASE having added security administration. I work in a
>> environment that will probably not utilize the option to assign
>> different security to administrators. Any help with this decision
>> be greatly appreciated.
>> Steve Brown
>> Systems Analyst
>> Delta Dental Plan of Kentucky
>> (502) 736-4646
>> Steve.Brown at ...13456...
> Having used both I couldn't imagine going back to BASE. There are
> many useful improvements to ACID (thanks for all your hard work on
> ACID, Roman!) in the BASE product (and thanks for all your work,
> Kevin and team!) that I consider useful. Here's two right off the
> 1. It's way faster
> 2. It allows you to flip between the current and archive
> databases, meaning
> I don't need two side-by-side installs of the application.
> Hope this helps.
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