On Sun, 31 Dec 2000, Ralf Mattes wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 29, 2000 at 07:05:41PM -0800, Tom Samplonius wrote:
> > Also NFSv2 is limited to 2GB, even if the client and server have no
> > issues. It is a protocol thing that is fixed in NFSv3. I doubt that
> > anyone is putting their postgres databases on a NFS server, but you never
> > know.
> It would be a bad idea to put the database on NFS but the paragraph
> talks about possible problems during pg_dump and it doesn't seem
> too unreasonable to dump a database to an NFS-mounted area.
Well NetApp has gone through quite a bit of work getting their NFS
filers Oracle and MS-SQL certified. There are extensive tech notes on the
Netapp site about Oracle and MS-SQL on NFS servers.
> Ralf Mattes
> P.S: Happy new year :-)
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