> Hmm.. so it means that I should choose PG ??? That's not something we can answer as it very much depends on your needs. Look at the features that PG has v. the features that MySQL has and decide based on that. If you don't need the functionality PG offers that MySQL doesn't, go with MySQL as it's faster and easier to learn. Otherwise go with PG.
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