Is anyone switching from MySQL?

Christopher Chan christopher.chan at
Mon Apr 27 00:55:52 BST 2009

> * It's better in every way for storing your data and getting it back
> again, fast.
But slower than mysql in anything that is just a simple select blah from 

mysql is slow for anything 'serious' or that has really complex 
> Minus points of PG in our experience:
> * Everyone writes specifically for MySQL. PG support is patchy at best.

sql-ledger has zero mysql support. I would not say everyone. It all 
depends on the needs.

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