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Synchronising databases replication

From: Noel <noel(dot)faux(at)med(dot)monash(dot)edu(dot)au>
To: pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Synchronising databases replication
Date: 2003-09-17 03:07:41
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Hi all,

I'm currently using postgreSQL 7.3.1 and wish to have two identical 
databases at two different locations and have them synchronized. They 
need to be synchronized on the fly (not asynchronously). I've been 
looking at pgrelicator and Postgres-R and I'm unsure if they perform the 
replication on the fly, will work with 7.3.1 and how they work with the 
sequence table in postgreSQL (which we use to create out primary keys from)?

I have previously post a question about database replication 
synchronizing, which describes the setup of the system (Synchronising 
two (identical) databases).

If anyone has any suggestions as to which way to go, answers to the 
above questions or experiences with the above systems with 7.3.1, it 
would be much appreciated.

Many thanks

Noel Faux
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Monash University
Clayton 3168

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