PostgreSQL 9.2 was released and it’s better now

Valic —  September 12, 2012 — Leave a comment

A new version of the favored database   PostgreSQL has been released and has a pelnty of performance and stability enhancements. This version of PostgreSQL will scale itself upto 64 cores and carry on index only scan with significant CPU usage reduction improvements.

The new PostgreSQL has the potential of:

  • Up to 350,000 read queries per second (more than 4X faster)
  • Index-only scans for data warehousing queries (2–20X faster)
  • Up to 14,000 data writes per second (5X faster)

Also this release includes the native JSON support which will enable to use this RDBMS in an exceedingly fully totally different approach.


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