On Tue, May 10, 2005 at 02:55:55PM -0700, Mischa Sandberg wrote:
> just beyond belief, for both updates and queries. At Acxiom, the
> datasets are so large, even after partitioning, that they just
> constantly cycle them through memory, and commands are executes in
> convoys --- sort of like riding a paternoster.
Speaking of which... what's the status of the patch that allows seqscans
to piggyback on already running seqscans on the same table?
> So where should I go look, to see what's been done so far, on a Postgres
> that can treat another PG server as a new table type?
To the best of my knowledge no such work has been done. There is a
project (who's name escapes me) that lets you run queries against a
remote postgresql server from a postgresql connection to a different
server, which could serve as the basis for what you're proposing.
BTW, given your experience, you might want to check out Bizgres.
(http://pgfoundry.org/projects/bizgres/) I'm sure your insights would be
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