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June 19, 2009, 10:56 pm
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on here but have learned that it is close to impossible to do so as
this server has reached the end of life and is not supported anylonger
(cobalt raq4 running apache / linux 6). I plan on replacing this
server next year but would like to get some use out of it for a few
customers small stores and was thinking of using sqlite with the php 4
that is installed on there. Is there any "bad" things I should know
about sqlite before I start using it? The sqlite site and the php.net
manual on sqlite seems to show everything is ok with it, but you end
users may have more knowledge, tips about it.
Re: Can't upgrade php / mysql - how about sqlite?
It's ok as long as you don't need to worry about database integrity. I
sometimes use it when all I need is a single table, but would never use
it where I would reference multiple tables.
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