I'll look for the earlier one and try to add it there...
From: Joshua D. Drake [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 12:09 AM
To: Paul Silveira
Subject: Re: [HACKERS] Proposal for Implenting read-only queries during wal
replay (SoC 2007)
Paul Silveira wrote:
> I just wanted to voice my opinion for this feature... I've implemented a
> few Production applicaitons with PostgreSQL now and would die for that
> feature. Right now, I am constantly trying to find way's to make my data
> more available.
Paul unfortunately you have responded to a hijacked thread. Jonah was
speaking about a project that he wishes would have been accepted which
was called Full Disjunctions.
I have not read the read-only queries during wal replay thread but I can
assure you that Jonah's response had nothing to do with it.
Joshua D. Drake
I've even resulted to using pg_dump to create read only
> copies of the database and placed them behind load balancers to make the
> data more available. Something like this would allow me to quickly
> a read only node to scale out the applicaiton... If it can at all be
> it would get my first, second and third vote. :)
> Paul Silveira
> Jonah H. Harris-2 wrote:
>> On 2/26/07, Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> Jonah, I have no idea what "fault" you are trying to blame on the
>>> community in the above statement. The author didn't discuss the idea
>>> with the community before spending months on it so we have no obligation
>>> to accept it in the core.
>> You're missing the point entirely. The majority of the (vocal)
>> community didn't even want the feature and as such, failed to provide
>> viable suggestions for him to move forward. As the majority of the
>> community didn't want the feature, it wouldn't have made a difference
>> when he proposed it; which would have remained negative nonetheless.
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