I am sorry, but it seems that I replied to only one of you instead of to the
I am just about to install a version on my "Server computer" (Windows web
server 2008 x64) and I am stuck on what I should go with.
I have been developing on the standard postgreSQL but like that the
EnterpriseDB webpage claims that "Standard Plus" is faster.
Is there something that will work differently, more complex with that
version? Not free, or similar? Something I should know? Why would they give
out a better version, if both are free??? There is something fishy going on
Thanks / Jennifer
On Wed, Mar 18, 2009 at 4:49 PM, Joshua D. Drake <jd(at)commandprompt(dot)com>wrote:
> On Wed, 2009-03-18 at 11:19 +0530, Ashish Karalkar wrote:
> > Postgres Plus does support Linux and it includes all the PostgreSQL
> > features as well as have many other additional useful features.One of
> > which is its dyna tune module.
> Yes it does, but it doesn't use native packages (as far as I know).
> Meaning, it doesn't use RPM or DEB.
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