It's a master-multislave replication system that has a pretty robust
development cycle. It just reached a 1.0 release.
Whether any solution becomes a core part of the distribution remains, I
think, to be seen.
On Jul 27, 2004, at 4:03 AM, chinni wrote:
> Postgres-R is a multi server (write anywhere) replication tool
> which is possibly important for any enterprise if they want to shift
> to postgres.
> Did you guys debate on merging it.
> As of now They are working on postgres 7.2 and developing postgres-R.
> They plan to do it for 7.4 as well, why not merge these things.
> Is the postgres team planing to come up with a similar tool themselves
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