> We're evaluating postgresql as a backend choice for our next
> generation software and would like to perform some rough measurements
> in-house. Where could I get my hands on some reference data, say few
> very large tables with a total size of over 1G that we could run. I
> noticed earlier discussion about Tiger data, but 30G is a bit too much
> for what we need. Any other ideas or suggestions?
The same discussion references the FCC data, which is more managably sized.
Please share your results, if you can!
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