Martha Stewart called it a Good Thing when xzilla(at)users(dot)sourceforge(dot)net (Robert Treat) wrote:
> On Thursday 20 January 2005 06:14, Harm van der Ploeg wrote:
>> Are there any replication solutions that have been tested on
>> Windows. The options listed on the PostgreSQL site all require
>> Linux/Unix or are only available as source. I am not able to
>> compile these sources.
> I think all of the open source ones require *nix, although I think
> you could set up slony on a central machine and use it to replicate
> remote windows servers if you wanted. If your willing to pay for
> such software, I believe command prompt has plans to port thier
> system (mammoth replicator) to windows, so you might want to contact
All the replication systems I know of require some compiled code
running on all servers.
For Slony-I to function, for instance, requires having some triggers
implemented in C which would therefore have to be compiled on Windows.
The same is true for the "open source" version of eRServer.
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