Tom Lane wrote:
> OSDL has just come out with a set of open-source database benchmarks:
> The bad news:
> "This tool kit works with SAP DB open source database versions 184.108.40.206
> or 220.127.116.11."
> (In fact, they seem to think they are testing kernel performance, not
> database performance, which strikes me as rather bizarre. But anyway.)
> The good news:
> "We are planning to port this test kit to other databases."
> Perhaps someone around here should help out...
Yep, this is the group that have hit a performance limit with SAPDB and
are 100% definitely looking to move it to PostgreSQL, *if* they can get
people to assist them.
Regards and best wishes,
> regards, tom lane
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