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.:: Role ::.

Freelance Web Developer @ Staffordshire, UK

.:: Skills ::.

PHP, OOP, MVC, MySQL, jQuery, HTML5, CSS3, XHTML, XML, CSS2, WordPress, LESS CSS, Apache, .htacess, mod_rewrite, Linux (Ubuntu/Debian)

.:: Want to learn ::.

PHP Frameworks: - Zend, CakePHP, CodeIgniter, Symphony

Programming Languages: - Ruby, Python

Technologies: - SASS / Compass Framework, HTML5 Off-line Storage

.:: Hobbies ::.

Drums, Bass Guitar, Mountain Biking, Astronomy, Physics, Philosophy, Sci-Fi, Film and of course Technology and Web Design/Development


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accepted Is MariaDB a suitable drop in replacement for MySQL on a standard LAMP stack?
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comment Is MariaDB a suitable drop in replacement for MySQL on a standard LAMP stack?
Thanks @ypercube, clearly I'd need to study the differences and weigh up the pros and cons on a per scenario basis.
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comment Is MariaDB a suitable drop in replacement for MySQL on a standard LAMP stack?
Mostly just my lack of knowledge and understanding. Sorry if that is not a sufficiently valid reason. (Genuinely, I want to learn. I'm not trying to be a 'douche')
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comment Is MariaDB a suitable drop in replacement for MySQL on a standard LAMP stack?
Thanks randy. I guess though really what I'd want to know is what benefit Maria or Percona have over MySQL?
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comment Is MariaDB a suitable drop in replacement for MySQL on a standard LAMP stack?
@DTest Thanks. Really as in my first line - are there any benefits to using Maria over MySQL? But it's also important to me that Maria would work the same with WordPress etc. (sorry for any lack of clarity, that is what I seek)
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asked Is MariaDB a suitable drop in replacement for MySQL on a standard LAMP stack?