At 04:55 PM 9/4/2001 , David Stanaway wrote:
>On Wednesday, September 5, 2001, at 06:58 AM, Taher H. Haveliwala wrote:
>>Is it possible in postgres 7.1.3 to have a single
>>table span multiple partitions? Or is using RAID the
Yes, you can move individual files that are under your $PGDATA directory to
some other volumes, and then point to them with symbolic links.
>On Linux, you can use LVM (Logical Volume Manager) to do what you want.
>I believe there is a similar (Even the same..) project for BSD, and of
>course it is inspired by stuff that commercial unix systems have had for a
It's called "vinum", and is modeled after (or at least inspired by) the
Veritas Volume Manager.
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