On Fri, Oct 11, 2002 at 07:10:26PM +0530, Shridhar Daithankar wrote:
> On 11 Oct 2002 at 8:30, Greg Copeland wrote:
> > I'd be curious to hear in a little more detail what constitutes "not
> > good" for postgres on a mosix cluster.
> Well, I guess in kind of replication we are talking here, the
> performance will be enhanced only if separate instances of psotgresql
> runs on separate machine.  Now if mosix kernel applies some AI and
> puts all of them on same machine, it isn't going to be any good for
> the purpose replication is deployed.

Exactly.  First, since we know what is going on, it is not necessary for
the OS to decide what's going on.  Secondly, database replication is not
looked after at all, unless we do some crude tricks on the filesystem.
Still it won't be efficient.

> I guess that's what she meant..
Correction: "that's what _HE_ meant..." ;)



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