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Re: Why is Postgres so much better than MySQL?

 Fred wrote: 
> On Sun, 2008-01-13 at 23:14 -0500, Jarod Wilson wrote: 
>> On Sunday 13 January 2008 10:33:25 pm [hidden email] wrote: 
>>>> I would say that the MySQL results on is the results of a 
>>>> poorly tuned MySQL. Without seeing the settings for both, the results 
>>>> are less than useless -- they can be downright misleading. 
>>> Well, I can say from my own experience that MySQL falls apart under high 
>>> concurrency compared to PostgreSQL. 
> I did a little digging, and found this on the MySQL bugs database: 
> There *were* semaphore and concurrency issues with MySQL, but it's been 
> fixed. Both of these bugs are now closed. It's fixed in the latest 5.0 
> and 5.1 releases, and have been fixed for quite some time now. 

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