A couple of points,
1: One might want to look at the global file system, which i think is
still in some kind of active development.
2: Remember when the whole firebirdSQL thing went down and we said no
would ever use the same name as our database for another project??? haha.
The universe proves to be more strange and twisted than we had at first
On Sun, 18 Apr 2004, Adam Alkins wrote:
> IIRC, the pgfs project was abandoned quite some time ago. wvfs was it's
> replacement, but both have disappeared completely from wv's site. Why
> not try emailing the author? bb at wv dot com
> Something of interest is http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlfs/ , the
> code is in CVS.
> <mailto:bb(at)wv(dot)com>Matt Dent wrote:
> >Does ANYBODY know where I can get my hands on the GPL'd PGfs (Postgres
> >File System) code? I saw a note in the archives from 2002 that nobody
> >has seen it in 'years'... and I've just spent over 2 1/2 hours scouring
> >the net to the best of my ability and can't find it -- nor an
> >explanation as to why it's no longer available ANYWHERE!
> >Anybody know of a similar project out there -- or why this fell off the
> >face of the earth? (Patents maybe?)
> >Matt D.
> >---------------------------(end of broadcast)---------------------------
> >TIP 9: the planner will ignore your desire to choose an index scan if your
> > joining column's datatypes do not match
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