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MySQL is Not ACID Compliant

This is becoming a “trend“:

That’s because you are basically taking your data and vomiting it on the hard drive without any consideration as to if your data you are writing is sensible or simply dreamed up by magic pixies.

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Original title and link for this post: MySQL is Not ACID Compliant (published on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL)