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Re: database clustering

From: Joe Maldonado <jmaldonado(at)mail(dot)webehosting(dot)biz>
To: Mitch Pirtle <mitchy(at)spacemonkeylabs(dot)com>,jmaldonado(at)mail(dot)webehosting(dot)biz
Cc: pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: database clustering
Date: 2004-02-20 20:53:17
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I have looked at this and this is not what I was looking for.  Using this the application will need to figure out how to merge records.  I was looking to be able to use something like the oracle syntax of host:database:schema:table within sql to service the queries.

-Joe

On Fri, 20 Feb 2004 14:45:38 -0500, Mitch Pirtle <mitchy(at)spacemonkeylabs(dot)com> wrote:

> Joe Maldonado wrote:
>
>> Hello,
>> I am planning a postgres database cluster.  Each database will be on it's own machine and I wanted to enable one as the frontend to the rest.  This is so that applications do not need to know which database contains what data.  Is there a way to configure postgres to communicate to other dbs via sql so as to be transparent to the user?  I know this can be done in Oracle though I'd rather not go through that experience if I do not need to.
>
> Perhaps this is something that would benefit from the use of sql relay:
>
>     http://sqlrelay.sourceforge.net/
>
> Very neat ideas, and might be another approach for your problem.
>
> -- Mitch



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