Re: choosing database server for websites
Well mon, it would be just dandy if it were free...
At 09:07 PM 9/25/99 -0300, email@example.com wrote:
>what about sybase ?
>On Sat, 25 Sep 1999, Ken wrote:
>> At 01:50 AM 9/25/99 -0700, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
>> >I am trying to make a choice between postgresql and mysql for running on
>> >my webserver for database interactive websites.
>> >Or should I run both? (Or choose another)
>> >Which one uses the least amount of resources?
>> >Why does the Debian postgresql package require Tcl/Tk, ncurses, X
>> >libraries, etc.?
>> >Any advice and/or URLs would be appreciated.
>> > Jeremy C. Reed
>> Never used Postgresql, so cannot comment about it. I like MySQL a lot
>> though. The online docs are excellent and the user mailing list is
>> friendly and helpful. And of course MySQL integrates nicely w/ Apache and
>> PHP3. Also, Postfix supports MySQL based user tables. Same with ProFTP
>> (if they ever get the security issues ironed out...) I don't know if the
>> same can be said for postgresql. For MySQL info you should visit
>> http://www.mysql.com if you've not already.
>> Ciao-- Ken
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