Sometime in September Peter K assaulted keyboard and produced...
|Is it true that PostgreSQL favour features for speed?
in short yes. inorder to be a robust rmdbs you are required to have
certain features eg. transactions that tend to incure a loss in
speed. this is one reason why mysql is _considered_ faster for some
applications. it is up to the developer to determine if they are
interested in features _or_ speed. you have to weigh your options and
determine what is best for your project.
this is what i have read. others should feel free to add or subtract from
|Which platforms/servers does PostgreSQL support?
|What kind of script language works well with PostgreSQL?
kitten the other white meat.
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