> OK, I have heard this before, but I would like to know specifically how
> is PostgreSQL harder to administer than MySQL. Knowing that will help
> us address the issue.
I find this statement about pgsql being hard to admin a bit hard to swallow
as well. Maybe it's cause pgsql is all i've _really_ used, and did tech
for it for a while.
I've had a few run in's with mysql[ for personal projects] and tried to
approach it with an open mind, but often i find the documentation is
and hard to follow.
PostgreSQL has GREAT documentation and it feels very straight forward to
The only problem is convincing everyone else that.
> > Maybe a PostgreSQL-Lite would be a better idea. One that
> condenses the main
> > code down to something easy, that a desktop user could use, but
> maintain the
> > strength of the core code. I suppose that means creating
> another project.
> Perhaps a config utility that asked you questions and modified template1
> and the config files. How about that?
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