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Re: how good is PostgreSQL

From: Joseph Shraibman <jks(at)selectacast(dot)net>
To: Steve Wolfe <steve(at)iboats(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: how good is PostgreSQL
Date: 2000-11-02 19:14:16
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Performance depends on a lot of factors.  Shelling out $$$ for Sun
hardware doesn't garuntee good performance.  They might have been better
off buying a Tru64 system with Compaq's jdk.

Steve Wolfe wrote:
> 
> > d) PHP may not be a great choice.  It doesn't provide a lot of hooks
> >    for effective caching of database connections and/or results.
> >    mod_perl or Java servlets may be better, depending on the details.
> 
>   One of our competitors spent a very, very large deal of money on high-end
> Sun equipment, so that they could write their CGI stuff in Java servlets.
> It still ran slow.  We run Perl on machines that pale compared to theirs,
> and get far better performance. : )
> 
> steve

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