article Does the database need to reside on the up.time server?

No.  Although the default up.time configuration includes a bundled MySQL database, the up.time database connection is designed to allow the DB to reside on a different server.  The remote database may run on an Oracle or SQL Server.

 

Please click here to see a list of supported database versions.

 

Please refer to Migrating Your DataStore To a New Database.

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