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On Mon, 11 Oct 2004 nd02tsk(at)student(dot)hig(dot)se wrote:
> I am wondering which plattform PostgreSQL performs best under?
> I am doing a comparison with MySQL which, according to their manual, runs
> best under Linux 2.4 with ReiserFS on x86.
Reiserfs runs better if you have files that have small sizes. So MySQL
could run better on reiser; since it is a "small" database ;-)
As far as I've tried, Red Hat family (RHEL, FC X ) and FreeBSD are the
For Linux, ext3 seems better, but under some circumstances ext2 could run
more stable. Check pgsql-perform list archives for more discussions on
filesystems on Linux.
Umm... I've been testing PostgreSQL on Linxu 2.6.X for a long time under
heavy load. I don't have the benchmarks, but I can say that many things
runs faster and faster on 2.6 than 2.4.
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