On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 11:08:12AM +0300, GP wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am quite new in Postgresql and I am wondering if it supports data
Yes. There are several projects supporting it, some in contrib/ and
some on the gborg.postgresql.org site. My employer, Afilias uses
erserver today, and that is available from the gborg site. It's a
pain to administer, and there are a number of fairly significant
limitations, but it works. Note that I do not speak for my employer.
Afilias is also supporting a new project, Slony-I, also available
from the gborg site. IT'S NOT READY YET, but the work is progressing
quickly (thanks to my colleague Jan Wieck), and if you're just
starting a project which will go to production in 6 months' time or
more, I'd suggest starting with Slony right now. Don't use it in
production, yet, however. I think it's safe to say that it isn't
ready for that.
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