[pgpool-general: 2505] Re: Common practices for pgpool availability and data replication
Athanasios | ZenGuard
athanasios at zenguard.org
Thu Jan 30 20:18:25 JST 2014
for point 1) you can use keepalived and two pgpool machines
On Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 12:00 PM, Gintautas Sulskus <gingaz at gmail.com>wrote:
> Dear All,
> I have a few questions regarding practices with pgpool:
> 1. Typically pgpool is a single point of failure. What is the common
> practice to solve this?
> 2. Some of our data (e.g. 10% tables) must be consistent across the
> cluster for every transaction. The rest may differ. Is it possible to have
> a fine-grained replication, where some DMLs would be replicated
> synchronously and the rest would use asynchronous replication?
> Best Regards,
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