Date sent: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 08:35:33 +0200 (CEST)
Subject: [NOVICE] Question about cygwin/Postgre
From: "Nicolas Cartron" <nc(at)ncartron(dot)com>
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There's http://www.dbexperts.net/postgresql which claims to have a
native win32 version available for around $500. Never seen any
evaluation of it. might just be using the cygwin dll
> Currently we're using a server that runs freebsd & postgreSQL.
> I've got to install a win 2k server, and i'd like to stay with
> postgre rather than install sql server.
> I didn't find any postgre win32 version, and am wondering if
> cygwin/postgre on such a server would be good (i mean in terms
> of performance of course).
> The server is an athlon 1.4 GHz with 1 Go RAM and 2 x 80 Go maxtor ide,
> so rather powerful.
> Thanks in advance.
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