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Re: KDE 4.2 requires local MySQL Server



On Wed, 2009-02-18 at 10:34 +0000, Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Tuesday 17 February 2009 06:33:14 Kevin Kofler wrote:
> > Ed Greshko wrote:
> > > When I have more time I will look at it...  However, I doubt that each
> > > application will spawn a new instance of mysql since that would
> > > certainly defeat the purpose of a centralized database.  Looking at what
> > > little documentation I have...I am confident that it is one instance of
> > > mysql per user.
> >
> > It is, as long as only Akonadi does it. But I think his point was that
> > there may be other services or applications starting to do the same, which
> > will then use separate databases.
> >
> Have I misunderstood this?  I was under the impression that there would be 
> just one database per user - or are you saying that every application will be 
> seen as a new user?

My reading was that he worried about *non-KDE* apps doing similar things
without any interaction with Akonadi.

So there are now two independant databases, one in KDE and one in Gnome.
Those of us who use a mixture of apps are running both of them. We're
also running two key managers (gnome-key and kwallet) which don't appear
to talk to each other. I'm sure I could think of other examples.

Isn't this the sort of thing that Freedesktop is supposed to prevent?

poc


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