Rubio,

já fiz a instalação do slony uma vez, mas foi no gentoo, se não me
engano, vc tem que rodar um script para criar tabelas no seu banco. No
seu arquivo slony.sh tem uma referencia a uma tabela chamada
public.history que não existe.

Skull

On 2/10/06, Giancarlo Rubio <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Ja li 1 milhao de artigos...
>
> Google, foruns e nd..
>
> Vo posta meu erro, quem sabe alguem ja passou por isso..
>
> <stdin>:30: PGRES_FATAL_ERROR select
> "_pontonet".tableAddKey('public.history');  - ERROR:  Slony-I: table
> "public"."history" not found
>
>
> Meu slony.sh
>
> #!/bin/sh
>      2
>      3 CLUSTER=pontonet
>      4 DBNAME1=slonymaster
>      5 DBNAME2=slonyslave
>      6 HOST1=fileserver
>      7 HOST2=freebsd
>      8 SLONY_USER=pgsql
>      9 PGBENCH_USER=slony
>     10
>     11 slonik <<_EOF_
>     12     # ----
>     13     # This defines which namespace the replication system uses
>     14     # ----
>     15     cluster name = $CLUSTER;
>     16
>     17     # ----
>     18     # Admin conninfo's are used by the slonik program to connect
>     19     # to the node databases.  So these are the PQconnectdb arguments
>     20     # that connect from the administrators workstation (where
>     21     # slonik is executed).
>     22     # ----
>     23     node 1 admin conninfo = 'dbname=$DBNAME1 host=$HOST1
> user=$SLONY_USER';
>     24     node 2 admin conninfo = 'dbname=$DBNAME2 host=$HOST2
> user=$SLONY_USER';
>     25
>     26     # ----
>     27     # Initialize the first node.  The id must be 1.
>     28     # This creates the schema "_test1" containing all replication
>     29     # system specific database objects.
>     30     # ----
>     31     init cluster ( id = 1, comment = 'Node 1' );
>     32
>     33     # ----
>     34     # The pgbench table history does not have a primary key or
>     35     # any other unique constraint that could be used to identify
>     36     # a row.  The following command adds a bigint column named
>     37     # "_Slony-I_test1_rowID" to the table.  It will have a default
>     38     # value of nextval('"_test1".sl_rowid_seq'), be unique and not
>     39     # null.  All existing rows will be initialized with a number.
>     40     # ----
>     41     table add key ( node id = 1, fully qualified name =
> 'public.history' );
>     42
>     43     # ----
>     44     # The Slony replication system organizes tables in sets.  The
>     45     # smallest unit another node can subscribe is a set.  Usually
> the
>     46     # tables contained in one set would be all tables that have
>     47     # relationships to each other.  The following commands create
>     48     # one set containing all 4 pgbench tables.  The "master" or
> origin
>     49     # of the set is node 1.
>     50     # ----
>     51     create set ( id = 1, origin = 1, comment = 'All pgbench
> tables' );
>     52     set add table ( set id = 1, origin = 1,
>     53         id = 1, fully qualified name = 'public.accounts',
>     54         comment = 'Table accounts' );
>     55     set add table ( set id = 1, origin = 1,
>     56         id = 2, fully qualified name = 'public.branches',
>     57         comment = 'Table branches' );
>     58     set add table ( set id = 1, origin = 1,
>     59         id = 3, fully qualified name = 'public.tellers',
>     60         comment = 'Table tellers' );
>     61     set add table ( set id = 1, origin = 1,
>     62         id = 4, fully qualified name = 'public.history',
>     63         key = serial,
>     64         comment = 'Table history' );
>     65
>     66     # ----
>     67     # Create the second node, tell the two nodes how to connect to
>     68     # each other and that they should listen for events on each
>     69     # other.  Note that these conninfo arguments are used by the
>     70     # slon daemon on node 1 to connect to the database of node 2
>     71     # and vice versa.  So if the replication system is supposed to
>     72     # use a separate backbone network between the database servers,
>     73     # this is the place to tell it.
>     74     # ----
>     75     store node ( id = 2, comment = 'Node 2' );
>     76     store path ( server = 1, client = 2,
>     77         conninfo = 'dbname=$DBNAME1 host=$HOST1 user=$SLONY_USER');
>     78     store path ( server = 2, client = 1,
>     79         conninfo = 'dbname=$DBNAME2 host=$HOST2 user=$SLONY_USER');
>     80     store listen ( origin = 1, provider = 1, receiver = 2 );
>     81     store listen ( origin = 2, provider = 2, receiver = 1 );
>     82 _EOF_
>
>
>
> Valeu Giancarlo
>
>
> Gustavo Franklin wrote:
>
> >http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/onlamp/2004/12/16/slony_install.html
> >
> >
> >Em 10/02/06, Giancarlo Rubio <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> escreveu:
> >
> >>Pessoal:
> >>
> >>Em off. Alguem pode me ajudar com slony?
> >>
> >>Abs Giancarlo
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