On Thu, 2005-10-27 at 11:51 -0400, Andrew Sullivan wrote:
> Well, AFAIK Oracle itself offers no replication, either. If you want
> it, you have to buy a license for it. Which means it's an add-on.
> Heck, most Linux distributions' kernels don't offer support for
> network cards: they're an add-on. We call them modules. (In case
> it's not clear, I don't buy the "itself/add-on" distinction. The
> point is that the whole system works together. PostgreSQL most
> definitely offers replication. In fact, you can get warm-standby with
> WAL shipping, or read-only capabilities with Slony or some other
I wish I was Dumbo now. I could hide myself with me ears :)
> > I'll be glad to, I'm just not that familiar (in fact, i'm not familiar
> > at all) with the 'proof-of-cocept' or 'General Bits' terms, so if you
> > could http-redirect me, I'll be most thankfull.
> Proof of concept is just a description of what you did, how it
> worked, design and limitations, &c. Post it to the lists (uh,
> -general or maybe -hackers, I suppose), or put it on a web page or
> whatever. General Bits is a fairly regular column that Elein Mustain
> puts out. I bet she'd include a submission on this topic, although
> you'd have to ask her. You can find GB at
I'll go trough my code, it's been a while since I touched it, I'll write
some documentation and I'll inform the comunity. Thnx for the pointouts.
"I can do it quick, I can do it cheap, I can do it well. Pick any two."
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