Slony 1, the successor to the eRServer Replication project used for hosting the .org and .info domain name registries, has entered it's second beta testing phase.
Slony 1 is designed for high volume sites and has been masterminded by Jan Wieck, a member of the PostgreSQL Core Team.
It is a working, advanced Master to Multi-Slave replication system written in C, works with PostgreSQL 7.3 and 7.4, and is BSD licenced.
Due for production release near the end of this month, Slony 1 has just entered it's second beta phase and is very well worth checking out by those with an interest in PostgreSQL replication.
More testers and contributors are welcome of course!
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