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Questions tagged [mariadb]

MariaDB is an open source database server that offers drop-in replacement functionality for MySQL.

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DataBase design generated by hibernate Many to Many for MariaDB

Hi I am in middle of designing DB and Got a little bit confused about DB Design. I am Using Hibernate as ORM Tool ahd mapping between Page and Step entity in hibernate. @ManyToMany(fetch = FetchType....
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Why are unnamed placeholders recommended over named ones?

While setting up a nodejs server with a mariadb database, I found this: While the recommended method is to use the question mark placeholder, you can alternatively allow named placeholders by ...
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Using mysql's\mariadb's root user for development on a docker development environent running multiple application instances

I have setup a docker-based development environment having the following images as you can see in docker-compose.yml: version: '2' services: phpBB_dev: build: context: . dockerfile: ...
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Amazon RDS read replica without support from application [closed]

I'm very new to this,so please correct if I'm wrong. I've understood that with Amazon RDS one can create read replicas and use those for all read-only operations. This helps scaling the application a ...
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One table for all transaction VS. Table for each user

I'm making a website which has to do with money transactions. Everything was okay untill I came across the dilemma Should I have one table to store all transaction history or I should have a ...
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What's the difference between MariaDB and MySQL?

What's the difference between MariaDB and MySQL? I'm not very familiar with both. I'm primarily a front end developer for the most part. Are they syntactically similar? Where do these two query ...