Unless you need to be generating these databases on the fly, you might
consider Slony for your database replication needs http://slony.info/
Essentially, what I mean is that you create said databases, and slony
keeps them in sync (as replicas of the master database).
On Wed, 2008-06-11 at 10:43 -0500, JORGE MALDONADO wrote:
> I am developing an application in which I need to create several equal
> databases based on one that I will take as standard. What I mean is
> that I will create one basic empty complete database (including table,
> constrains, indexes, etc.) and from here I need to clone other
> databases which will be part of the production application.
> Is it possible to do it ???
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