from the database-weenies dept.
Recently, I've been talking with some friends about running a news/discussion site with the potential to generate a significant volume of traffic. Someone suggested Squishdot as a possibility. I've done a little digging, but have been unable to discern whether or not the Squishdot backend is ACID-compliant. Can anyone out there help?
For anyone not familiar with the acronym, ACID means: Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability. It's the test database folks use to define what it means to be a correctly functioning, fault-tolerant database.
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