Re: [logs] Products for log correlation

From: Richard Welty (rwelty@private)
Date: Thu Apr 08 2004 - 12:22:45 PDT

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    On Fri, 9 Apr 2004 00:35:48 +0530 Devdas Bhagat <devdas@private> wrote:
    > On 08/04/04 11:27 -0600, Chris Petersen wrote:
    > > Yea, although MS does have its advantages.  We have toyed with the idea of
    > > porting the log management and message processing layer to Linux/MySQL which
    > > would be very cool and very cheap.  Some of the things we are doing at the
    > > event management/analysis layer would be a lot tougher without MS SQL or
    > > other full-blown RDBMS.  We are also relying on some of the new .NET
    > Have you considered PostgreSQL?
    i concur. PostgreSQL seems to be slower than MySQL for small,
    simple things, but has much better scaling properties in large,
    complex environments (multiple parallel insert/update threads,
    complex joins, etc.)
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