hi!

why don't IBM/Database C, one free DBase small?

tks

--- Sharon Phillips <phillipsds / yahoo.co.uk> escribiˇ║

> > argggh, of all db, why oracle?? ora is too big.
> try postgres (i  
> > know mysql/sqlite, but i am bias for postgres =).
> I'd love to use postgres, and I used to do a lot of
> work with  
> Firebird at one stage, but I'm stuck with Oracle. We
> also use DB2 and  
> Terradata.
> 
> > arggh, first the big db, now a gui?? this will tax
> your monitored  
> > clients and will skew your observations
> (mem/cpu/etc); consider  
> > heizenberg principle
> I work in a classified environment, so I can't give
> too much detail  
> about what I do, so here's a vague outline:
> I work as part of a small team that supports a
> number of  
> applications, most of which run on unix boxes. These
> applications are  
> reasonably complex and busy.
> I'm not interested in CPU or mem usage (we have
> unicentre and other  
> dedicated teams to monitor and manage these) but
> rather specifics  
> within the system. Can't give examples. Sorry.
> There are times when things break and we have little
> warning, if any,  
> but some type of dashboard would have given us the
> ability to preempt  
> some of these. That's what I'm trying to build.
> Nothing can be added to the servers. I'm proposing
> something that  
> runs on our machines.
> 
> > a web app, like rails, is less resource hogger
> than oracle.
> > if rails is "big" for you, try nitro or iowa or
> webrick.
> > run a drb server on the central node, the clients
> will run drb  
> > clients.
> I don't have a problem with Rails, but I prefer the
> style of Camping  
> better. Not much experience (as in close to zero)
> with either.
> 
> Thanks to everyone else for the suggestions too.
> I think I'll have a closer look at JRuby. This seems
> the best fit  
> currently, and I understand it can bridge to Java?
> That would be useful.
> 
> Cheers,
> Dave
> 
> 


  
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