Josh Berkus wrote:
>>Yes. However it would be pretty easy to modify pgpool so that it could
>>cope with Slony-I. I.e.
>>1) pgpool does the load balance and sends query to Slony-I's slave and
>> master if the query is SELECT.
>>2) pgpool sends query only to the master if the query is other than
Don't you think that this is unsafe ?
SELECT foo(id), id
where foo have side effect.
Is pgpool able to detect it and perform this select on the master ?
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