I don't see why postgresql wouldn't be able to handle that - it's a relatively small amount of data.
When you say 150000 records/day, do you mean:
1. 150000 inserts/day (ie. database grows constantly, quickly)
2. 150000 updates/deletes/day
3. 150000 transactions/select/day
If you give us a little more information, we'll be able to help you tune your postgres for your application.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jakab Laszlo
Sent: Friday, February 21, 2003 3:48 PM
Subject: [PERFORM] performance issues for processing more then 150000 records / day.
We would like to use PostgreSQL for one project.
This project would need to handle some of 150000 - 200000 (thousands records) per day.
Is there somebody having experience with Postgresql in this kind of environment.
Can anybody advice us regarding specific PostgreSQL issues for such kind of datamanipulation ?
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