On 7/26/05, Roberto Germano Vieweg Neto <beto(dot)neto(at)pop(dot)com(dot)br> wrote:
> My application is using Firebird 1.5.2
> My question is:
> Postgre SQL will be more faster than Firebird? How much (in percent)?
> I need about 20% to 50% more performance at my application.
> Can I get this migratin to postgresql ?
The answer is: maybe. There's nothing which stops PostgreSQL from
being faster, and likewise there is nothing that stops it from being
Your route should be:
* migrate most speed-demanding part to PostgreSQL
* benchmark it, trying to emulate real-world load.
* if it is slower than Firebird, post it here, together with EXPLAIN ANALYZEs
and ask if there's something you can do to speed it up.
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