>> So in answer to your question, in general -- no the process
>> methodology we use does not limit scalability and it makes our code
>> base much simpler that the equivalent threading model.
>> Joshua D. Drake
> Thanks. How much memory does PostgreSQL consume with 2000 connections?
Entirely depends on what you are doing with it :). There is 16GB-32GB in
these particular machines.
> Which Linux distribution do you prefer?
I prefere Ubuntu, but FreeBSD or pretty much any other 2.6 based Linux
distribution will do.
Joshua D. Drake
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