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Multi-master asynchronous replication

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My company has just finished a simple replication system in java. We are now interested in sharing our work under the GPL license so that we can hopefully work with others in improving this product.

Would such a thing be useful, or simply overly redundant considering the current development cycle of other more advanced systems?

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On Wed, 5 Nov 2003, Chris M. Gamble wrote:
My company has just finished a simple replication system in java. We are
now interested in sharing our work under the GPL license so that we can
hopefully work with others in improving this product.

Would such a thing be useful, or simply overly redundant considering the
current development cycle of other more advanced systems?


Since each system that I've seen has their limitations, having yet another
system can't hurt ... the fact that there are various reference models
available just adds to the pool of ideas on how to improve, IMHO ...

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Nov 12 '05 #2

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On Wed, Nov 05, 2003 at 02:57:56PM -0600, Chris M. Gamble wrote:
My company has just finished a simple replication system in java.
We are now interested in sharing our work under the GPL license so
that we can hopefully work with others in improving this product.

Would such a thing be useful, or simply overly redundant
considering the current development cycle of other more advanced
systems?


I think there is plenty of interest in different replication systems,
and that people are always keen to see new ideas. I would suggest,
however, comparing it with the other systems out there and
investigating whether there are things you'd like to offer to or use
from those systems, in order that we can build two or three usable
systems which do what people want (I don't think one system is ever
going to do everything for everyone).

A

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