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Replication SOlutions for PostgreSQL Master to Slave

From: Kirby Ubben <kirby(at)mcmurrayhatchery(dot)com>
To: pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Replication SOlutions for PostgreSQL Master to Slave
Date: 2005-10-21 16:17:36
Message-ID: 435914A0.30104@mcmurrayhatchery.com (view raw or flat)
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We have installed a product called Quasar for accounting needs at our
company, which is back ended by PostgreSQL. It is a requirement that
the database is replicated, real time, to a secondary machine and
PostgreSQL database, in case of failure of the first.

Currently i have Slony working, but am not satisfied with how it
accomplishes replication, or it's interface, and am curious what
others are using to accomplish replication?

Thanks in advance,

k.

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Kirby Ubben
Systems Engineer
McMurray Hatchery
kirby(at)mcmurrayhatchery(dot)com


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