Dawid Kuroczko wrote: > Bruce, I've read Your documentation and I was left a bit with a feeling > that it's a bit too generic. It's almost as if it could be about just about > any major database, not PostgreSQL specific. I feel that, when I'm > reading PostgreSQL docs I would like to know how to set up multi-master > replication with PostgreSQL not an explanation what a multi-master > replication is. It's not about the actual documentation content, but rather > on accents distribution. Now it is something like: "These are the types > of replication solutions possible, some of them can be done with PostgreSQL", > I think it should be rather: "With PostgreSQL and some third-party tools you > can achieve such and such replication solutions, oh and by the way, research > is done on such and such replication method, but it's not a production quality > yet". > > And I try to think as my DBA-mates would do if they read the documentation, > I'm not sure they would end up enlighted after reading the docs -- thay would > probably say: "hey, I knew that, it's well structured there, but I > still don't know > what should I use", or maybe "where can I read something about this slony > thing anyway?".
Well, the idea is to have a web site that lists all the solutions that can be updated regularly, perhaps using the categories from the documentation. -- Bruce Momjian [EMAIL PROTECTED] EnterpriseDB http://www.enterprisedb.com + If your life is a hard drive, Christ can be your backup. + ---------------------------(end of broadcast)--------------------------- TIP 4: Have you searched our list archives? http://archives.postgresql.org