"Alan Hodgson" <ahodgson(at)simkin(dot)ca> wrote in message
> On April 9, 2006 07:02 am, "Relaxin" <me(at)yourhouse(dot)com> wrote:
> I think if you try both products, under any kind of concurrent read/write
> load, especially if you use MySQL in a non-default manner that actually
> guarantees safe data (ie. with InnoDB or at least by turning fsync on),
> you will find that PostgreSQL compares quite favourably speed-wise, while
> at the same time being just a much nicer product to work with.
> This is of course just my opinion. I invite you to try the product before
> dismissing it based on what some other people have to say.
Thank you Alan for your response.
What I need ( and other novice) what are all of the parameters for and how
would you set them up properly, so that we can also see the performance
benefits of PG?
I need this information for PG for Windows...I'm sure others need it for
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