Chris Withers wrote:
> Shane Hathaway wrote:
>> Look at this chart in particular, which suggests that RelStorage with
>> PostgreSQL or MySQL is several times faster than ZEO for heavy read loads:
> Cool, now all I need is something like zeoraid for postgres (or, at a
> push, mysql)...
There are existing replication solutions for PostgreSQL and I am fairly
confident at least one of them will work with RelStorage. It's a simple
schema, after all. I know RelStorage replication works with MySQL.
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