On Tue, June 24, 2008 8:41 am, Adrian Moisey wrote:
> We have a 100GB database (16GB dumped) running on 8.2.
> Since the bandwidth in South Africa isn't that freely available it is
> difficult for us to get a new copy of out DB in our office (our fastest
> link in the office is 4Mbps).
> What can you recommend for me to get an up to date copy of my DB in the
> office with as little transfer as possible.
> A few ideas I've been toying with are rsyncing a dump of the db, or
> Any ideas?
Give Slony (http://www.slony.info/) a try - the initial replication of the
entire DB takes a while, thereafter it only replicates changes (as they
We've been using it successfully (it has it's occasional problems like all
things) for over a year now replicating across a cluster (DB is also about
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