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Changes between Version 32 and Version 33 of IrcFAQ


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Timestamp:
03/28/07 19:04:40 (7 years ago)
Author:
mtredinnick
Comment:

Stop tresting MySQL like a second-class citizen for no reason.

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  • IrcFAQ

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    7474== What database should I use? == #WhichDB 
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    76 For development, most people find SQLite to be fastest and simplest to run with -- just make sure the database file and its directory are writeable by the owner of the web server process. For production, PostgreSQL is probably the most thoroughly-tested of the databases Django supports, but it's best to choose based on the needs of your applications; for example, applications which do very little writing of data to the DB will enjoy the speed of SQLite, but applications which involve many complex queries or which require robust concurrent-write features like transaction isolation will probably want to look at Postgres (and, of course, MySQL is often handy simply because many shared hosting providers have it set up by default). 
     76For development, most people find SQLite to be fastest and simplest to run with -- just make sure the database file and its directory are writeable by the owner of the web server process. For production, PostgreSQL and MySQL are the most thoroughly-tested of the databases Django supports, but it's best to choose based on the needs of your applications; for example, applications which do very little writing of data to the DB will enjoy the speed of SQLite, but applications which involve many complex queries or which require robust concurrent-write features like transaction isolation will probably want to look at Postgres or MySQL (and, of course, MySQL is often handy simply because many shared hosting providers have it set up by default). 
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    7878== The admin is working, but it can't find the Javascript and CSS and image files. == #AdminFiles