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Thread: PostgreSQL

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    Senior Member ubunreal's Avatar
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    can anyone tell me if PostgreSQL is any good ? I'm wondering if i should bother trying to compile it, or download MySQL again.

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    Well what are you after speed or extra features??
    MySQL is the fastest but postgresql has extra features.

    What OS you on?
    MySQL works better on Windows coz postgre using cygwin emulation.
    On unix they're compartively the same.

    later
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    Senior Member ubunreal's Avatar
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    hmmmmmmmmmmmm, mmmmmmmmmmmm, mmmmmmmmmm.

    well, I'm on WIN32, and @ least MySQL seems easier to use, and I'm not exactly the biggest brightspark.

    ok, i'll stick to MySQL

    thanx beacon

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    Did you have to pay for MySQL on Wintel..........


    Incidently IBM are in the process of releasing 2 user free developers version of Universe 10.

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    This universe who's it's market aimed at i mean ppl are shying away from oracle and opting for SQL Server unless you want a large large db so is this the next big thing? Is it going to take out some market share?

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    PostgreSQL is superior because it is ANSI 92 compliant, and offers sub-selects, stored procedures, udfs, and triggers


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