Chris Browne wrote:
> dev(at)archonet(dot)com (Richard Huxton) writes:
> But it is worth noting one thing about the synchronization...
> Slony-I's strategy is pretty simple: One node is considered the
> "master," and the other node is forcibly made to conform to what is on
> the master.
> If you want to synchronize back and forth (e.g. - multimaster
> replication of some sort), Slony-I is not suitable...
Except in the case when you can have separate tables for the data. If
you have a london_sales table only updated in London and a paris_sales
table only updated in Paris then you have something inching towards
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