Bucardo is an asynchronous PostgreSQL replication system, allowing for multi-source, multi-target operations. It was developed at Backcountry by Jon Jensen and Greg Sabino Mullane of End Point Corporation, and is now in use at many other organizations. Bucardo is free and open source software released under the BSD license.
The latest version of Bucardo, 5.6.0, can be downloaded here:
Bucardo also requires DBIx::Safe, which can be downloaded here:
Online documentation is available for the following parts of Bucardo:
There are many ways you can help the Bucardo project:
Three Bucardo mailing lists are available:
Bucardo users have real-time chat in the #bucardo IRC channel on Libera Chat but the Bucardo-general mailing list tends to be a better venue for questions because it allows for more detailed descriptions and is seen by more people.
We track bugs for Bucardo at GitHub.
Bucardo development is managed in the Git version control system. Bucardo is composed of two code projects and one documentation repository, each of which can be downloaded for local development as follows:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:bucardo/bucardo.git git clone email@example.com:bucardo/dbixsafe.git git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:bucardo/bucardo_org.git
See the main GitHub project for easy patch contribution by the general public.
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