Subject Re: [IB-Architect] Re: [IB-Priorities] Isolation level implemetation
Author Dmitry Kuzmenko
Hello, Ann!

"Ann W. Harrison" wrote:

> >wondering what the long term goals are. Is the classic model going to
> >continue to be supported?
> Until the superserver version supports SMP, the ability to identify
> and kill rogue requests, and the ability to support large caches, the
> classic won't go away. Maybe never. But when those capabilities are
> in the server, other faults of classic (security, "hot" pages, clutter)
> will be significant. Besides, it's open source, so you decide what
> goes forward and what is abandoned.

It depends. For example, Superserver architecture can't be used for providers,
at list due to security problems. But Classic is ideal for providers who lease
not only web but data storage too.

Dmitry Kuzmenko, Epsylon Technologies.