Dimitri Fontaine wrote:
> Le Thursday 23 August 2007 21:54:30 Alvaro Herrera, vous avez ?crit?:
> > So performance has always been part of the theme. The question is _what
> > else_ will be theme this release ...
> Some of the (main) patches included, from the dedicated wiki page, are:
> Tsearch2, big feature
> HOT, performances & scalability
> Async Commit, performance & scalability
> Sync Scan, performance & scalability
> Load distributed checkpoint, perfs & scalability
> Updatable Cursors, feature
> Circular buffer in tuplestore, perfs?
> scan resistant buffer cache, perfs & scalability
> varlena length, perfs & scalability
> Index Advisor, scalability
> Sorry if some items are badly categorized, feel free to correct if it proves
> useful for the topic. Same with missing important patches...
> What I'd propose as the main theme is scalability and ongoing features
> completion. PostgreSQL has less and less missing from the other big
> commercial ones, and is more and more capable of serving big databases in
> demanding environments. More capable than competition? certainly, try out by
I would say users are getting PostgreSQL features expected in 2010
today. As for terms: flexibility, adapability, autotuning, new
capabilities for new workloads. "PostgreSQL just got smarter."
Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us> http://momjian.us
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