Ian Swainson wrote:
>> Hows things,
>> From what I've seen on this list, the database of choice for Linux
> users seems to be MySQL, and yet from studying the HOWTO's etc it
> seems that PostgreSQL is a much more fully featured DBMS. I want to do
> Anyway, the point approacheth:
>> Could someone using MySQL explain why you chose it over PostgreSQL? -
> Is there something I should know?
It's easy to set up (once you know how.. it's tedious at the start),
it's fast, and it works. I'd love to investigate PostgreSQL because
some of our tables could do with foreign keys etc.. At the moment we
have to code relationships into your scripts.
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