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From:Jeremy Zawodny Date:March 3 2004 7:46pm
Subject:Re: PgSQL vs MySQL
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On Wed, Mar 03, 2004 at 10:51:40AM -0800, James Kelty wrote:
> As a DBA I have a few questions about what you said here.
> 
> You have worked with both PostgreSQL and MySQL, and yet you say that
> MySQL is 'signifigantly' faster than Oracle? Can you PROVE that?

For a given set of data and workload, of course you can.

> And how is it faster to chase down data problems when MySQL has no
> native constraints in it data design?

What about MySQL's constraints are not native?

Jeremy
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