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  1. #1
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    Exclamation Unanswered: What Best database

    I'm Vascaranto,

    Please share me info database server software with your experience:
    1.more scalable
    2.optimal query time
    3.easy to maintain
    4.Cheap (maybe Open Source)
    5.Small Resources But reliable

    and please correct me if any other parameter for what best database software.

    Thanks b4 for your info

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    mysql or postgresql
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    Thumbs up

    Would youTell me What your reason..

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    for reason, please see criteria in post # 1

    mysql
    1 yes 2 yes 3 yes 4 yes 5 yes

    postgresql
    1 yes 2 yes 3 yes 4 yes 5 yes
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    > What Best database

    best database is sql & mysql

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    Quote Originally Posted by elantech View Post
    best database is sql & mysql
    SQL is not a database, it's a language.

    And whether MySQL is the best is really debatable (from my point of view it simply lacks too many SQL features to make it good)

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    comparison

    Hello

    OK, I will share you my experiences on Oracle,Sqlserver,DB2,Mysql

    Oracle : more scalable ,Best security , very stable And good at performance
    DB2: Best Performance and optimal query time
    Sqlserver : easy to maintain,it was record Medium degree on all Measurements,Very easy to monitor and design
    Mysql :Open Source ,and good for small and medium ,But not so easy as sqlserver and some how reliable


    Thanks

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    best database

    Go for Mysql easy to use and open source

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    PostgreSQL is far superior to MySQL and it's really free

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    Thumbs up

    Thanks for all of you, your info is very useful to me.

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    If money is not a problem... Then go for Oracle/DB2
    else go for postgres, though mysql is also a open source still now it is with oracle, need to spend on licence....

    but feature wise Oracle leads the way, followed by DB2, which looks more secure, and performance is good aswelll..

    otherwise go for postgres...

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    Thanks

    To paultech:
    Your experience is impressive, thank you for comment)

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