Christopher Browne <cbbrowne(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> Nie, Guocong <guocong(dot)nie(at)capgemini(dot)com> wrote:
>> Could you please let me know how can I replicate database from
>> Linux to Windows ?
> The built-in replication requires that you are using the same
> version of PostgreSQL on the same OS platform. That doesn't seem
> to be documented as clearly as one might have hoped it would be.
Yeah, on a quick search I didn't find anything under replication
itself. Unless I'm missing something, one would need to know that
it was more-or-less the same as PITR backup, and find this to find a
It does seem like there should be more, although I'm not sure
exactly what or where.
> If you require replication across platforms, you will need to look
> into one of the other replication systems such as Slony, Londiste,
> or Bucardo.
There is a Wiki page listing and comparing available products:
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