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Why I am dropping (for wrong or fake reasons) MongoDB for Mysql...

Reasons presented in the post:

  1. Lack of transactions
  2. Missing records
  3. No means to do any joins
  4. Schema-less
  5. Unstable replication
  6. Not stable

Real question is: if these were needed then why MongoDB in the first place?

via: http://www.blue74.com/?p=25