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Easy to install on Debian and smoothly integrated into powerful web apps like phpMyAdmin, Gallery2, wikimedia, phpBB, and so on. I have been using MySQL for years and never had a problem with. It just works.
Postgres, of course. How could I take a DBMS whose defaults
are to allow a date of 30 February or to truncate too long
fields and just write a notification to the log seriously
for any real-life application?
Not to speak of issues we ran into with MySQL in the past...