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Why is filesystem preferred for logs instead of RDBMS?
Question should be clear from its title. For example Apache saves its access and error logs in files instead of RDBMS no matter on how large or small scale it is being utilized. For RDMS we just have ...
Jul 12 '11 at 12:04
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