On 1/19/2011 6:42 PM, Craig Ringer wrote:
> On 01/19/2011 05:09 PM, Lars wrote:
>> Thanks for the reply!
>>> As others have mentioned, how are you going to be doing your "shards"?
>> Hmm... shards might not have been a good word to describe it. I'll
>> paste what I wrote in another reply:
>> I used sharding as an expression for partitioning data into several
> "sharding" or "shards" is pretty much the standard way that setup is
> described. It doesn't come up on the Pg list a lot as most people doing
> web-oriented horizontally scaled apps use MySQL or fashionable non-SQL
> databases, but it's pretty well known in wider circles.
> Craig Ringer
Or... PG is just so good we've never had to use more than one database
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