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+ - Apple Removes MySQL From Server, Why?->

Submitted by sfcrazy
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Apple has removed Oracle's MySQL from its Mac OS X Lion Server which sends mixed signals. Did Apple remove MySQL from its server because Oracle is planning a major strategy change with MySQL – shutting down the community version and turn it into non-free paid version?

Apple doesn't make irrelevant moves and giving the close relationship of the two companies, I think its about time Oracle will start fiddling with MySQL."

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