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Re: Re: MySQL -- was mysql backup quesiton

 dear mark, 

yes, it did not respond to my PHP application when the record hit 
millions entry. well, it will need sometime to dig my archives since 
i'm not into it right now (it was 2-3 years ago). anyway, i'm glad to know 
there's somebody here could help me with pg, i really want to give it a 


On Jan 6, 2008 11:39 AM, Mark Woodward <[hidden email]> wrote: 

> That's interesting.. Crash you say? 
> I periodically contribute to the PostgreSQL project and use PostgreSQL 
> almost exclusively, and have so for years. If you are seeing a crash, I'd 
> like to write up a bug report (or ask that you to.) PostgreSQL should never 
> crash and I have not seen a crash in over 7 years. (Well at least not in the 
> release version or I haven't been testing a buggy extension.) 
> Seriously, if you can make PostgreSQL crash, I'd like to see if I can make 
> a repeatable test case. 
> Date: Sat, 5 Jan 2008 15:18:40 -0500 
> From: "bas milis" <[hidden email]> 
> Subject: Re: MySQL -- was mysql backup question 
> To: [hidden email] 
> Message-ID: 
>        <[hidden email]> 
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 
> dear mark, 
> it's interesting, because I have the opposite story. I was forced to 
> switch 
> back to mysql after pgsql crashed when it hit millions of records. well, 
> probably I did not tune it right  ;) 
> then again, they're just another tools.. 
> thx, 
> -bas 

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