I started thinking that using dblink I could "easily" get some kind of read only multi-server partitioning, if only VIEWs could be declared with "INHERITS"...
That way I think I could
1) add as many views as the number of DBs as
CREATE VIEW mytable_part_n AS
<SELECT using dblink on remote server_n>
to every DB I have
2) A select on the DB that asks for data on multiple DBs (because it uses data from different partition) would ask the proper data to the proper server...
I think that it would be very nice...
But, since VIEWs can't be declared using INHERITS, that won't work...
Am I wrong?
I know that putting INHERITS and CHECKs on the VIEWs are not a good idea, but I think some method to declare a TABLE as being "remote" would be very cool... I don't know, maybe using a new "storage_parameter"...
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