MySQL vs PostgreSQL

WikiVS has published detailed comparison between MySQL and PostgreSQL. From the pages:

MySQL vs PostgreSQL is a decision many must make when approaching open-source relational databases management systems. Both are time-proven solutions that compete strongly with propriety database software. MySQL has long been assumed to be the faster but featureless of the two database systems, while PostgreSQL was assumed to be a more densely featured database system often described as an open-source version of Oracle. MySQL has been popular among various software projects because of its speed and ease of use, while PostgreSQL has had a close following from developers who come from an Oracle or SQL Server background.

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1 comment… add one
  • pramod Apr 12, 2012 @ 10:58

    I want a suggestion regarding which DBMS is stronger n why ??

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