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query distribution

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Is postgresql have an axisting solution for distibuting the databse
amoungst several servers, so that each one holds a subset of the data
and queries are passed to each one and then collated by a master server?
I have heard erServer mentioned but i got the impression this might
just be for backup and load balancing, and every server would hold all
the data?

Would i be better heading to the performance forums for this type of
question, and questions regarding iminent hardware purchase?




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Nov 11 '05 #1
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