On Wed, 18 Dec 2002, Tatsuo Ishii wrote:
> > > Glad to hear that. Usogres was developed in Japan and pretty popular
> > > ammong Japanese PostgreSQL community.
> > >
> > > BTW, there is a commercial product called QueryMaster, which takes
> > > similar approach to Usogres. It copies the input query and distribute
> > > to multiple PostgreSQL servers. As long as one of a server is working,
> > > users even do not notice some of them are failing.
> > How come these solutions are such well kept secrets? I've heard of
> > neither in relation to past discussions about replication, or have I just
> > missed them? :(
> As far as I can remember, Usogres has appeared on this list for
> several times.
> About QueryMaster: it is born in US and is a fairly new
> product. Unfortunately I couldn't find web pages for it. I'll talk to
> a person who is selling it in Japan if he could provide info in
*rofl* I like that ... a US product, but all the pdf's and docs I can
find on it are in Japanese ... I think its almost time to learn a third
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