When I first started using MySql awhile ago (after having used Postgres
longer) I was screaming mad all the time. I absolutely hated MySql and the
crap it put me through. That was a few years back, and I can't quite
remember what made me so mad. Other than performance, of course. I feel
Postgres may have the upper hand in some areas of performance, but to be
honest correctly "tuning" a DBS is such a difficult topic that few of us
really master it. I certainly never have.
My interest in MySql is purely because it is more widely available in the
commercial server-for-hire world. Left alone I probably would have happily
continued using Postgres.
On Saturday, September 17, 2016 at 6:39:55 PM UTC-7, junde...@launchpnt.com
> Joe, I'd be curious to know how you feel MySql performs in comparison to
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