[Bucardo-general] Replicate different Database on the same server using Bucardo

akp geek akpgeek at gmail.com
Tue Feb 23 14:24:30 UTC 2010

Thanks for the response Rosser. I have some confusion on having seperate
bucardo database for each instance. When we do the bucardo_ctl install, it
installs bucardo database for us. How can we install a sepearte bucardo
database on the same server again? Can you please help?


On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 5:24 PM, Rosser Schwarz <rosser.schwarz at gmail.com>wrote:

> On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 3:03 PM, akp geek <akpgeek at gmail.com> wrote:
> >                    Can we have more than one instance of bucardo_ctl
> running
> > on one server?
> Yes, this is possible.  You'll need a separate bucardo database for
> each instance, to keep their configurations distinct.  You'll have to
> specify which database to use for each on invoking bucardo_ctl.  The
> easiest way to do that is with dedicated bucardorc files.
> You'll also, of course, need the bucardo schema in each database
> you're replicating, and to specify distinct pidfile directories (and
> probably also distinct log file locations, too -- unless you want half
> your log traffic to be noise relative to what you're looking for at
> any one time) for each MCP you have running.  I'm having trouble
> remembering how to specify different log files offhand, though.  Greg?
>  Joshua?  Beuller?
> All that said, I don't think you strictly need separate MCPs running
> to replicate multiple databases.  You should be able to coordinate all
> that with separate entries in the bucardo.db table, and distinct goats
> and herds appropriately associated with them.
> What's the recommended practice for this kind of scenario?
> rls
> --
> :wq
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