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tablespaces a priority for 7.5?

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Is support for tablespaces a priority feature for 7.5? I believe there
has been significant development in this area and it seems that
postgres' file structure opens it up nicely to support it. What are the
chances this will be completed?

In my opinion, it really is a critical feature to support and administer
enterprise databases. All the major databases currently support this
and it is a compelling enough reason drive big users from away from
using postgres for their enterprise/large databases. It really is a
database administrator's feature.
Brian
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Nov 22 '05 #1
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On Wed, 2004-01-21 at 09:05, Brian Maguire wrote:
In my opinion, it really is a critical feature to support and administer
enterprise databases. All the major databases currently support this
and it is a compelling enough reason drive big users from away from
using postgres for their enterprise/large databases. It really is a
database administrator's feature.


It seems to me that the lack of point-in-time recovery is a much bigger
roadblock against big users. :(


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Nov 22 '05 #2

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On Wed, 2004-01-21 at 09:05, Brian Maguire wrote:
In my opinion, it really is a critical feature to support and administer
enterprise databases. All the major databases currently support this
and it is a compelling enough reason drive big users from away from
using postgres for their enterprise/large databases. It really is a
database administrator's feature.


It seems to me that the lack of point-in-time recovery is a much bigger
roadblock against big users. :(


This is certainly my feeling.
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