[Bucardo-general] Failover, production env use
publicwaste at gmail.com
Thu Nov 6 10:55:19 UTC 2008
Thank u very much!
I ll probably try bucardo then, i ll let u know about my experiences.
Thanx for your time!
2008/11/5 Greg Sabino Mullane <greg at endpoint.com>
> > My other quation belongs to the main (and only?) developer, Greg Sabino
> > Mullane. Ive seen some pdf file on the www, what were slide's to a pg
> > conn. On that i saw something like "Not for failover". Is that true? (Or
> > did u mean it: its not a cluster-solution, where one node fails clients
> > ll be served via oder nodes? Wich is clear)
> Not the only developer, but the most active and visible one at the
> moment. :) By "no failover" I mean that it cannot be easily switched so
> that another node becomes a new master, like Slony does. Something like
> that is possible with Bucardo, but not in anything resembling an automatic
> system at the moment.
> > The environment in i would use bucardo is: geographically distributed
> > nodes, apps based only on local nodes only, rapdid synchronized
> > "goats"(in a couple of seconds), and the main req: on resume from
> > connection faliure's (wich is tipically few hours, but it can be days
> > too) fast recovery. (the busines logic layer upon the ddb is still
> > working until unsychronised) The size of the distributed db is so around
> > 1-2GB, but the "to-sync-data-per-day" is very low (few 10 megabyte worst
> > case). Would u recommend bucardo for that purpose?
> Yes, Bucardo is particularly good at catching up from long
> disconnections, as it merely grabs a list of which rows have changed, and
> doesn't care how many transactions actually occurred to get them that way.
> Greg Sabino Mullane greg at endpoint.com
> End Point Corporation 610-983-9073
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