On Samstag, 26. Januar 2008 paul rivers wrote:
> Anyway, that's my experience with this, hope it helps.
Dear Paul, thanks a lot for the very detailed information. I'm more
relaxed now as it seems to be possible to do everything I wanted,
although I'm concerned that 5.000 inserted lines per second could be a
problem. I'll just start with a server and then see it's limits and
what more I need.
BTW, this information could be very interesting for you. According to
syslog, they will release the "direct syslog to postgresql"
You might not change the running process, but for a new implementation
this could make things much easier.
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