Re: Making metadata storage SQL-driven

On Thu, 2005-09-01 at 13:18 +0100, Jamie McCracken wrote:

> In those instances then I expect other parts of Gnome to potententially 
> fail (most notably evolution which uses Berkeley DB for its address 
> books and calendars)

This is quite possible. But solvable by only running evolution on one of
the boxes. In almost all cases i think this will be acceptable, as you
really only need one instance of the mailer. Of course, if it could be
fixed it would be even nicer.

> If we are going to have multiple sessions on dodgy NFS mapped home dirs 
> then my DDS should also optionally allow use of the non-embedded mysql 
> daemon for those cases (the admins will need to set up mysql user 
> accounts for each user in that case).

Requiring such a setup is pretty demanding, for the conceptually trivial
thing of having two personal desktop machines. We all know this won't
happen at most places.

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