Nikolai Bochev n.bochev at
Mon Jun 15 16:35:56 UTC 2009

I'd go with postgres. But maybe i'm too biased. All i know is i have a
database that used to grow with 10-25GB/day for a week and apart from
the expect slowdown in complex queries, the database was rock solid. 

On Mon, 2009-06-15 at 10:51 -0400, Jim Tarvid wrote:
> I've grown weary of hitting every database nail with MySQL and every
> web project nail with Drupal.. I love them both and they have served
> valiantly in a number of cases. Looking for alternatives, I stumbled
> upon Apache CouchDB.  It comes up easily on Jaunty and although a bit
> "young and tender",  I find it seductively attractive. I'd like to
> hear of end-user experiences and from those who think it might be a
> basis for a next generation CMS.
> -- 
Nikolai Bochev <n.bochev at>

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