[development] drupal on postgresql benchmark
davidn at cgraphics.com
Mon Nov 26 18:28:38 UTC 2007
Since these are Drupal-specific benchmarks, and Drupal doesn't utilize
any of the ACID type stuff (even though it would be nice in D7), I think
it is relevant to compare the out of the box configs like MyISAM.
Speaking of which, maybe adding ACID isn't that hard - keep track of
what is InnoDB and let the db include files send a START TRANSACTION
when it is possible (speaking in a frame of PHP5
matt at mattfarina.com wrote:
> Two Thoughts:
> 1) MySQL 5.1 is supposed to be faster than MySQL 5.0.
> 2) Isn't the more accurate feature comparison InnoDB to PostgreSQL.
> MyISAM is a more light weight engine. InnoDB is more comparable to
> PostgreSQL with regard to features. Row level locking and that kind of
> Quoting Khalid Baheyeldin <kb at 2bits.com>:
>> Well, I did some benchmarks, and they show that, out of the box at least,
>> MySQL is faster.
>> Here they are:
>> On Nov 25, 2007 1:24 PM, Ivan Sergio Borgonovo <mail at webthatworks.it>
>>> I just found this:
>>> Converted the site from MySQL to PostgreSQL
>>> it is not explicitly said but the site should run drupal.
>>> Ivan Sergio Borgonovo
>> Khalid M. Baheyeldin
>> Drupal optimization, development, customization and consulting.
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