On Sun, Sep 29, 2002 at 12:06:40PM +0200, Wojciech Bernacki wrote:
> goal? Is Postgresql-R 7.2 already worth trying? Has anyone used
No. It's only just been made to work this summer, and the patches
haven't been merged with the main PsotgreSQL code. If reliability is
what you want, don't use bleeding-edge tools.
We use eRserver from PostgreSQL, Inc. It's commercial, but it works
very well for us.
There is a contrib/ set of files called dbmirror which others have
had success with.
Neither of these does "hot failover". In other words, no matter what
you use, you'll be needing a pager.
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