Hi everyone,

I've been trying to find out if some guidelines
exist, somewhere, describing how postgres
can possibly run on less than 8MB of RAM.
(Disk space not an issue).

The closest thread I could find in the list 
archives is :

Is it possible to have a stripped-down version of 
postgres that will use an absolute minimal amount
of memory? 

Maybe by switching off some features/options
at compile time, and/or configuration tweaks?
(Or anything else)

This will be on very low end i386 architecture.
Performance penalties are expected and
will be accepted. I will need the
functionality of >= 7.3.4 , at least.

Any help will be much appreciated.


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