[Twisted-Python] Is psycopg or pygresql better with twisted.enterprise?
christopher.zorn at gmail.com
Tue Apr 1 09:09:56 EDT 2008
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 12:32 PM, Nathan <nathan.stocks at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there any noticeable difference between psycopg (version 2) or
> pygresql (version 3.8.1) when used with twisted.enterprise to connect
> to postgresql?
I have found psycopg 2 to be faster. I do not have the data anymore but I
use it in production and works great.
> Pygresql hasn't been updated since June 2006, but maybe that's just
> because it's stable (?) -- I haven't used it at all, ever.
> Psycopg2 has had more recent releases, but I've experience some bugs
> with it in (non-twisted) threaded code and the web site has been down
> for weeks (months?), so I thought it wise to explore alternatives...
What bugs are you experiencing? What version are you using? We use
psycopg2-2.0.6svn in production and has been fine.
> Or is there a better third alternative???
> Also, we're considering turning on SSL client-certificate verification
> on our postgresql installation -- does anyone know whether either of
> the above support SSL client certificates?
I do not know if psycopg supports this.
If you run psycopg you may want to use the patch in ticket #2488 it helps
> ~ Nathan
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