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PostgreSQL Replicator for 7.3.4 and 7.4 released

Posted on Dec. 2, 2003

Mammoth PostgreSQL Replicator is an asynchronous replication system designed to be WAN and faulty connection tolerant. It uses a distributed TransactionLog system to keep track of updates produced by the Master database. The system allows for multiple Slaves to receive updates in either a continuous or batch mode.

Mammoth PostgreSQL from Command Prompt, Inc. is a robust, reliable,

SQL-compatible Object Relational Database Management System (ORDBMS). It is designed to give small to medium size businesses the power, performance, and open-standard support they desire.

Written as a part of the database Mammoth PostgreSQL Replicator delivers a new level of reliability and provides that last missing key feature for 24/7 PostgreSQL usage.

Command Prompt, Inc., provides support, custom programming, and services for PostgreSQL. Service contracts, as well as time and materials support are available, allowing for single-point accountability for a customer's database solution.

available, allowing for single-point accountability for a customer's

database solution.

Availability

RedHat 7.3+ - NOW

SuSE 8.2+ - NOW

SuSE 9.0+ - NOW

Solaris 9 - December 2003

Mac OS X - December 2003

For more information please visit:http://www.commandprompt.com/

Command Prompt, Inc.

(503) 667 - 4564

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