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PostgreSQL vs. MySQL

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#1 purefusion

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Posted 14 December 2005 - 02:33 PM

I'm looking for a good comparison of the two, other than the basic facts (ie. MySQL more widely available, etc).

I notice that the people who use postgreSQL really like it and seem pretty dedicated to it. But I notice there isn't many people who frequent the postgreSQL forum on this site, so I decided to post in here to get a larger audience. What are some unique functions of either postgreSQL or MySQL that the other doesn't have?

Basically, what could I do with one that I can't do with the other.

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