We have a PostgreSQL cluster that is runnign on tens of server on
Failovers / switchovers between colocations can be done per server.
Uptime has been
>99.9%. All the software is opensource and has gone through
intensive live testing.
Our cluster is running on:
* londiste (replica)
* pgq (generic queueing system)
* walmgr (wal replica manager)
plproxy (remote calls language)
On 30.05.2007, at 22:42, Fernando Ike de Oliveira wrote:
> I need solution to PostgreSQL for High Available, originally
> was 99,7% but considering the current necessities, change percentual
> to 99,99%. I think in solution probability pgpool-2 or Heartbeat +
> GFS. The PostgreSQL servers will be in different physical places.
> Kind Regards,
> Fernando Ike
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