[ic] postgres vs mysql (fwd)

Mike Heins mikeh@minivend.com
Thu, 18 Jan 2001 16:20:31 -0500

Quoting Kaare Rasmussen (kar@webline.dk):
> > I doubt that the postgreSQL team would agree with you. If that would
> > be the case, they would be out of work now, wouldn't they :)
> Nope, and most of what is coming is very interesting.
> > Open areas are, among many others, a Windows port, repliction, hot
> What's open areas? Windows port? Why? Replication, maybe this would be of 
> interest: http://www.pgsql.com/pdf/PR_RServ.pdf
> > backup, better ODBC support, more speed, better syncing to disk, no
> There's hot backup. Why shouldn't there. Readers can never be blocked by 
> writers.
> And so on.

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