On 20.04.2011 22:29, Grzegorz Szpetkowski wrote:
> Is there any clear performance difference of using multi-byte
> character set (such as UTF-8) and single-byte (e.g. SQL_ASCII,
> LATIN2). Why there is no UTF-32 (generally more space for chars, but
> faster to calculate than multibyte ?) ? I found only at Oracle 11g
> documentation that:
PostgreSQL didn't implement own character sets.
We just use what libc provide. Means what you find on your OS.
My information is there is no operating system using UTF-32.
Did you ever feel a performance difference on your OS when you used ISO
Susanne Ebrecht - 2ndQuadrant
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