We are definitely not using it for "weblog" stuff. We're building a logistics
software package with. I say it would be much easier to store your data in
postgres than a flat file. Since you are a "command line guy", psql offers a
very nice character based interface in which you can ealily retrieve your
data in all sorts of interesting ways using sql. As for trouble, I don't see
that as an issue. All you have to do is compile it, and configure rc.d to
start postmaster on boot, and create a table or two. It's easy.
Hope this helps...
On Monday 22 November 2004 02:55 pm, Jeff Flowers saith:
> After a friend's house recently caught fire, I decided that it would be
> a good idea to catalog my comic collection (for insurance purposes if
> nothing else). I estimate that I have some four hundred books and my
> collection grows every month.
> Since I prefer working at the Unix command line environment, my first
> thought was to create a flat file text database and manage it with
> command line tools, like grep, but as my collection grows I can envision
> where it might be useful to maintain it in PostgreSQL.
> So my question is: how much data needs to be stored before PostgreSQL is
> worth the effort? Also, do people even use PostgreSQL at home for
> personal, non-weblog stuff?
> Jeff Flowers
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