PHP+MySQL vs. PHP+PostgreSQL

PHP+MySQL vs. PHP+PostgreSQL

Post by el.. » Sun, 15 Sep 2002 11:27:36

Quote:>This is a pretty interesting article comparing MySQL and Postgres:

It's very dated; Postgresql doesn't have an 8k row limit:

Maximum size for a database:  unlimited (60GB databases exist)
Maximum size for a table:  64 TB on all operating systems
Maximum size for a row:  unlimited
Maximum size for a field:  1GB
Maximum number of rows in a table:  unlimited
Maximum number of columns in a table:  1600
Maximum number of indexes on a table:  unlimited



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