[otrs] What is more faster for otrs: MySQL or PostgreSQL

Torsten Thau Torsten.Thau at cape-it.de
Tue Sep 25 16:56:27 GMT 2007


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Rodriguez Garcia, Jose Luis schrieb:
> 
> I am doing the installation of a otrs server on a Solaris box, and I
> will like to know what is the faster of these dabase servers for OTRS:
> MySQL or PostgreSQL.
> 

...you may produce some flame war with this question ;-). Anyway, due to
the many parameters, it's not possible to answer this question reliably.
  If data integrity is most important for you PostgreSQL should be the
choice rather than MySQL.

http://sql-info.de/mysql/gotchas.html

Yes, there's a list for postgres too (but it's not that extensive)...

http://sql-info.de/postgresql/postgres-gotchas.html


Anyway, this report is very interesting and contains some numbers and facts:

http://tweakers.net/reviews/657/6



regards, Torsten Thau

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