George A.J wrote:
> Hi all,
> We are providing database solutions in postgreSQL...
> Now using PostgreSQL 7.3. It is performing well.
> But Now we have some enterprice level requirements.
> One of Our requirement is to provide a distributed solution in PostgreSQL.
> The questions are...
> 1. Is it posible to provide a distributed solution in PostgreSQL.
> 2. Does PostgreSQL Support distributed transactions.
> 3. If not does it included in the next release. Or when will be the distributed version of postgreSQL available.
> 4. Is there a replication solution availbale for postgreSQL.
> 5. Does postgreSQL support 2 phase commit and Distributed transaction standards.
> 6. Is there a transaction manager(or co-ordinater) available for postgreSQL.
> 7. Can we use MTS (Microsot Transaction Server) wtih postgreSQL.
> 8. Does postgreSQL support Load balancing and all other enterprice features.
> Can we expect these features in the next version..
We are working on all these fronts. We have replication solutions on
gborg.postgresql.org, and some are working on 2-phase commit, perhaps
for 7.5, dues in maybe 6 months.
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