In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Steve Alexander <steve@cat-> writes
>> And since for sessions, all you really want is speed without
>> any fancy SQL transactions, then MySQL for the session data seems an
>> appropriate use.
>I seem to recall from the MySQL vs Postgres thread a while ago that
>MySQL was fastest in mostly-reading situations, whereas Postgres was far
>better when there is quite a lot of writing as well as reading.
>If this is true, the Postgres should be a better choice for a
>session-data DBMS.

For SQLSessions, you only write the session data once, and read multiple
times.  So, that would suit MySQL ?

Regards,  Graham Chiu
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