We have a product that uses Postgres for RDBMSish data (accounts, billing, etc.) and MongoDB for each of the accounts data (which obviously can't be maintained on Postgres). In local development we ...
I'm using Debian 6 (Squeeze) in production for a couple of websites. I decided to use postgresql backports so that I could use PostgreSQL 9.0 features. I thought that it would remain 9.0 and receive ...
One of the biggest complaints I have heard about MySQL is that it locks up a table if you try to change its schema like adding a column or adding an index. By "locking up the table" does it mean I ...