PostgreSQL (as being a really advanced RDBMS),
generally requires some tuning in order to get
the best performance.

Your best bet is to try both.

Also check to see IF mysql has
-Referential integrity
-(other usefull features like arrays,user defined types,etc..)
(its probable that you will need some of the above)

On Fri, 4 Jul 2003, Rafal Kedziorski wrote:

> Hi,
> has anybody tested PostgreSQL 7.3.x tables agains MySQL 4.0.12/13 with InnoDB?
> Regards,
> Rafal 
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