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Posted Aug 3, 2006 8:45 UTC (Thu) by subscriber *jgarzik* [Link <>]Cluster immaturity. MySQL has been shipping a workable single-master replication+failover for quite a while now in most Linux distros. MySQL's multi-master solution, while requiring RAM (not disk) for storage, is also well-integrated and deployed in production.

In contrast, the PostgreSQL team has chosen to provide hooks for replication and failover. This has led to a situation where there are multiple projects supporting replications/failover, none of which are production-ready nor shipped in a modern Linux distro.

Modern systems *must* scale beyond a single computer, and the PostgreSQL support shipped in modern Linux distros is completely incapable of this.

I really would appreciate a response. Thanks~ Michael

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