> > (replication ?, I'm not sure there is a realtime solution of replication with
> > PostgreSQL able to accep 10000 insert by second ... for the moment !?)
pgpool(annouced at general/announce list) is a synchronous single
master replication solution and it runs UPDATE/INSERT about 2/3 speed
of a normal PostgreSQL. So if you are lucky enough to aquire good
hardware which can run normal PostgreSQL with 15000 INSERTs, you could
obtain that speed with replication.
> > And second point ... to talk about beowulf cluster .... is there any solution
> > for PostgreSQL ? We here talking many time about MySQL solution for that ...
> > why PostgreSQL do not have this kind of solution, yet ?
> Ohh. good question.. there are so many facets of this problems that it would
> take a book...:-)
> There are many replication solutions for postgresql. Most of them do async
> replication quite nicely. Synchronous multimaster replication isn't there AFAIK.
> But I could be out of touch..
PGCluster (http://www.csra.co.jp/~mitani/jpug/pgcluster/en/index.html) is a
synchronous multimaster replication solution.
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