Yes, we don't care about the performance results, but we do care about the point that PostgreSQL can't give the correct results of TPC-H queries.
From: "Andrew Sullivan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2008 8:39 PM
Subject: Re: [GENERAL] PostgreSQL TPC-H test result?
> On Tue, Sep 09, 2008 at 07:59:49PM +0800, Amber wrote:
>> I read something from
> Given that the point of that "study" is to prove something about
> performance, one should be leery of any claims based on an "out of the
> box" comparison. Particularly since the "box" their own product comes
> out of is "compiled from CVS checkout". Their argument seems to be
> that people can learn how to drive CVS and to compile software under
> active development, but can't read the manual that comes with Postgres
> (and a release of Postgres well over a year old, at that).
> I didn't get any further in reading the claims, because it's obviously
> nothing more than a marketing effort using the principle that deriding
> everyone else will make them look better. Whether they have a good
> product is another question entirely.
> Andrew Sullivan
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