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Posted by: Bruno LAUNAY
Date: November 30, 2011 07:12AM

Hi,

For the readaction about an architecture document, I must calculate the Service Level Availability of the project architecture.
I look for each component their SLA to compute the global SLA of the plateform.

So, I have a question the SLA: Service Level Availability of the RDBMS MySQL.
My question is:
* Which is the SLA of the MySQL core without cluster and without option.

The server will be a linux redhat 5.5, and I want to know what is the availability garanty by MySQL on the only MySQL database ?

But I don't want the support contract.

Thanks a lot,
Bruno

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