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Re: Would anyone be interested (SQL/Bind)

  • From: Brian Russo
  • Date: Tue Mar 13 09:55:28 2001

On Tue, Mar 13, 2001 at 09:18:22AM -0500, mike harrison wrote:
> 
> > work with other databases. Personally, I'm going to see how much work is
> > involved in porting the code to MySQL, since I don't use Postgres.
> 
> Both are good, MySQL is single threaded and perfect for most web
> applications. 

wrong, mysql is multi-threaded.

> Postgres is multi threaded and significantly faster, 
> especially if you use a persistent connection.
> BerkleyDB is also pretty incredible, but sometimes cryptic to work with.
> You may want to discover Sybase 11.0.3, which is free for Linux even
> in commercial production applications. Incredible lookup speed
> on large databases.. 
> 
> For a DNS server: Ram is cheap.

ram is cheap anyway :)


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