[Tutor] Return key from value
magnus at thinkware.se
Sun May 16 16:44:31 EDT 2004
At 11:47 2004-05-14 -0700, firephreek wrote:
>Biggest differences between mySQL and PostgreSQL?
I'm pretty sure both will work for you. I wouldn't bother
switching if there was a usable MySQL installation available.
MySQL is optimized for systems where the read/write ratio is
high. I.e. it's optimized for fast searches, but not so good
at handling many transactions going on at once. A lot of
standard SQL features have been implemented fairly recently,
and I still think a lot is missing, and in many ways, it behaves
different than the SQL standard mandates. If you are a SQL
newbie, you aren't very likely to trip over these things.
Historically, MySQL has been faster than PostgreSQL, but the
difference has decreased as PostgreSQL has improved its
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