Mammoth PostgreSQL Replicator 1.4 is the latest generation of the PostgreSQL
replication engine from Command Prompt, Inc. As with any major software
release, this new version includes bug fixes and new features. The major
new features included in this release are:
Live promotion. The ability to promote a slave to a master without the
need to restart the database.
Non blocking full dump. When a slave requires a full sync with the master,
replicator no longer requires an exclusive lock on the master. This new
feature allows full dumps to occur without effecting normal operation.
Mammoth PostgreSQL Replicator is an asynchronous replication system designed
to be WAN and faulty connection tolerant. It is 100% community PostgreSQL
compatible. Unlike other replication solutions, Mammoth PostgreSQL Replicator
is part of the database, does not require triggers or additional sql
modifications for use. Replicator 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 in "C" as an addition to the PostgreSQL database Mammoth PostgreSQL
Replicator delivers a new level of reliability and provides that last missing
key feature for 24/7 PostgreSQL usage.
PostgreSQL is the worlds most reliable and extensible Open Source database.
Unlike its primary Open Source competitor it is truly ACID compliant and
offers features such as triggers, stored procedures, domain constraints
and an open development model.
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
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For more information, please visit Command Prompt, Inc.
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