I'm poking on this just to see if anyone can provide some ideas on approaches to consider.
The use case is a sharded infrastructure where, for example, a user table would be on every shard. So, you might want to ask "which database shards have user rows with a given email address?" And then assign the session to that shard. Or likewise, instead of using partial table replication to each shard (for some common relational data) be able to do a parallel update. On Tue, Mar 5, 2013 at 11:12 AM, Bill Moseley <mose...@hank.org> wrote: > Just curious if anyone has suggestions for running parallel queries with > DBIC -- same schema on many database machines. > > Anyone have experience with POE::Component::MDBA::Backend::DBIC? From > 2007 and still "Alpha". > > -- > Bill Moseley > mose...@hank.org > -- Bill Moseley mose...@hank.org
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