I've heard that rubyrep (http://www.rubyrep.org) is a good tool for
replication too. I think it has gained popularity because of its ease of
On a similar note I am eager to try postgreSQl 9.0 bulit in hot standby
solution.I can't really wait till Postgersql rolls out replicated
solution which can also be used for a failover.
On 10/13/2010 1:06 PM, Simon Riggs wrote:
> On Tue, 2010-08-24 at 15:46 +0200, Silvio Brandani wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> we are looking for a solution to create a replicated database to be used
>> as reporting database with same data of production ( we can accept a lag
>> of some minutes).
>> we already have the Point In Time Recovery but we need a solution where
>> the standby is always open in readonly , but the data is replicated
>> continuosly from primary.
>> The Slony solution could be a possibility but the production database is
>> 80 Gb of data with around 10000 transaction each hour.
>> DO you have some suggestion for our implementaiont if exists??
> PostgreSQL 9.0 is production ready now and supports Hot Standby, which
> is exactly what you want.
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