Martha Stewart called it a Good Thing when smarlowe(at)g2switchworks(dot)com (Scott Marlowe) wrote:
> On Thu, 2006-03-23 at 10:43, Joshua D. Drake wrote:
>> > Has someone been working on the problem of splitting a query into pieces
>> > and running it on multiple CPUs / multiple machines? Yes. Bizgress has
>> > done that.
>> I believe that is limited to Bizgress MPP yes?
> Yep. I hope that someday it will be released to the postgresql global
> dev group for inclusion. Or at least parts of it.
Question: Does the Bizgress/MPP use threading for this concurrency?
If it does so via forking, that's more portable, and less dependent on
specific complexities of threading implementations (which amounts to
Most times Jan comes to town, we spend a few minutes musing about the
"splitting queries across threads" problem, and dismiss it again; if
there's the beginning of a "split across processes," that's decidedly
output = reverse("moc.liamg" "@" "enworbbc")
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