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Does PostgreSQL provide anything comparable with MySQL Cluster?

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Hello

Does PostgreSQL provide anything comparable with the functionality of
MySQL Cluster?

I appreciate all information.

Thank you.

Tim
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On Thu, Oct 14, 2004 at 08:58:32PM +0200, nd*****@student.hig.se wrote:
Hello

Does PostgreSQL provide anything comparable with the functionality of
MySQL Cluster?

I appreciate all information.


No, in two ways:

1. There is not currently any in-transaction cross-machine
replication system which anyone in the community is ready to call
"production grade".

2. No replication system that anyone in the community would call
"production grade" would permit a COMMIT of a transaction to work for
some tables in the set, and not for others.

MySQL appears to beat us on both fronts. Whether such a system is
useful to you is another matter.

A

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