I think maybe a SAN in conjunction with tablespaces might be the answer.
Still need one honking server.


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* Christopher Kings-Lynne ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> PostgreSQL has replication, but not partitioning (which is what you

It doesn't have multi-server partitioning..  It's got partitioning
within a single server (doesn't it?  I thought it did, I know it was
discussed w/ the guy from Cox Communications and I thought he was using
it :).

> So, your only option is Oracle or another very expensive commercial
> database.

Or partition the data at the application layer.

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