I'm curious what you expect out of clustering. High Availability, and
Load Balancing seem possible, but Performance ? I would think there is a
cost associated with clustering, that degrades performance.
Anyways, to answer your question, there are a few tools that allow High
Availability, and Load Balancing.
and if you prefer java C-JDBC
On Wed, 2004-08-18 at 06:10, JM wrote:
> Hi All,
> I just came off an exibit and I was wondering if there ways to do clustering
> in postgres.
> I envy mySQL because there's a application for clustering it...
> EMIC networks has this marketing tagline:
> High Availability - Performace Scalability - Dyanamic Load Balancing
> they are the one who provide this app... ( but its not open source )
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