Is there still any use for Slony-I, and if so, what is it? For clarification, from 9.0 Postgresql supports built in streaming replication.
I've found lots of good material on setting up MySQL replication, but not much on what to do in the event of failures. Understanding the degree of resilience I can achieve is fundamental to designing ...
Using Sql Server 2008. Pretend I have a publisher and 2 subscribers A and B. The replicated table has a guid on it and also a primary key that is not the guid. Frequently, updates happen at both ...
I am running dual master MySQL replication and now want to move to a single database with no replication. How do I completely disable replication on both databases?