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which is adviceable in terms of triggers and memory cache, mysql or postgre sql

seetharaman jayaraman
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hai all,
in terms of trigger handling and memcache functionality and performance, which database we can use, mysql or postgre sql
thanks and regards

Seetharaman Jayaraman
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Ummm... all of them?


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