> they currently have it do a backup immediatly on power loss (which is a safe
> choice as the contents won't be changing without power), but it then powers off
> (which is not good for startup time afterwords)
So if you have a situation where it's power cycling rapidly each iteration
drains the battery of the time it takes to save the state but only charges it
for the time the power is on. I wonder how many iterations that gives you.
Ask me about EnterpriseDB's Slony Replication support!
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