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Keeping 2 db updated each-other

From: Sandro Dentella <sandro(dot)dentella(at)mi(dot)infn(dot)it>
To: pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Keeping 2 db updated each-other
Date: 2000-02-28 19:21:57
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  I need to keep updated to databases (little ~ 100.000 record splitted in 15
  tables). Is there any general tip?

  Since the database is handles via tcl-tk I'm logging all
  update/delete/insert so as to pass the whole bunch of 'not yet updated'
  statement to the database that needs updating. This requires having all
  statements referenced w/ primary key becouse OID are different on different
  hosts. This seems to work but is quite tricky. 

  Is there a better solution?	
  Thanks in advance

Sandro Dentella  *:-)
e-mail: sandro(dot)dentella(at)mi(dot)infn(dot)it sandro(at)ermit(dot)it

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