"Jeff Frost" <jeff(at)frostconsultingllc(dot)com> writes:
> Maybe you could use pgpool or something similar to allow it to think it's
> connecting locally and still move it off the actual postgresql server?
Actually, I don't see anything very wrong with running a 32-bit database
executable, so long as you don't have ambitions to have more than a GB
or so of shared_buffers. The thing that's not good is a 32-bit kernel.
regards, tom lane
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