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  • #16
    What do you mean with: under unreal conditions?
    Text file isn't optimized for tables and doesn't support SQL queries.
    SQLite caused problems to Firefox because Firefox is legacy software with lame design which have to be redesigned.
    If your application doesn't do 25k inserts and does only 1 insert or update in 5 queries, doesn't mean that other applications don't do that.
    Those numbers only identifies defect in MySQL, not in PgSQL.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Chrome View Post
      What do you mean with: under unreal conditions?
      Text file isn't optimized for tables and doesn't support SQL queries.
      SQLite caused problems to Firefox because Firefox is legacy software with lame design which have to be redesigned.
      If your application doesn't do 25k inserts and does only 1 insert or update in 5 queries, doesn't mean that other applications don't do that.
      Those numbers only identifies defect in MySQL, not in PgSQL.
      If you're doing 25k inserts, you should be using a REAL DATABASE.

      And no, for anything sqlite is suitable for, you DON'T NEED sql or tables. Sqlite doesn't match any particular needs. It is overkill for things that can be handled by a simple file, it is completely out to lunch to try using it for tables with thousands of entries!

      And finally, the fact that pgsql isn't synchronizing is a defect that is NOT present in mysql -- that is the defect that is proven by those numbers. Raw speed isn't everything! Sometimes it doesn't hurt to actually save the data!

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