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On Wednesday 30 January 2002 11:58 am, Tom Lane wrote:
> Oleg Bartunov <oleg(at)sai(dot)msu(dot)su> writes:
> > anybody has an experience how is stable postgresql under Windows system ?
> > I tried postgresq 7.1 under Cygwin, Windows 98 and was dissapointed
> > by very bad performance. Are there something I could tune ?
> > I got 250 sel/sec on simple select from table with 500 rows !
> > Under Linux I have 2500 sel/sec.
> Never tried it myself, but I distinctly recall someone reporting that
> they got comparable performance on Cygwin as on Linux. You might try
> asking on pgsql-cygwin.
We have a few developers that run Apache, PHP, Postgresql on Win2k and we
have definitely seen postgres be a good bit slower on Windows. Have never
benchmarked it however.
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