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Comment: Re:It's still basically MySQL. (Score 1) 41

by nconway (#31443484) Attached to: Drizzle's Future Moving To Rackspace?

I am pretty sure that PostgreSQL uses thread from version 8.0.

That is not true. There is an auxiliary thread used for signal handling on Windows (which is somewhat hacky), but the basic model of one process per client connection is unchanged, and applies to Postgres on both Windows and Unix.

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