> Jeff Frost wrote:
>> I would speculate that your terminology is slightly more accurate than mine.
I can't help it, but I'm still thinking the terminology in the
replication documentation is somewhat made up.
Bruce Momjian wrote:
> Hmmm. Interesting. Does anyone else have details or an opinion on
> this? The fact that there is something sitting above the servers seems
> to be the defining issue of calling it query broadcast.
I'd argue that "Query Broadcast Load Balancing" and "Clustering For Load
Balancing" are both the same replication type: sync, multi-master. And
the problem they try to solve is the same (Load Balancing).
Listing them as two different types of replication... I don't know. But
we should at least clearly state that both are sync, multi-master
Anyway, instead of mocking around any longer I'm trying to come up with
a better proposal... patch will follow.
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