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comment Feasible to have thousands of users in Postgres?
Thank you very much for your researching. Was it possible to work in PGAdmin at all? Was it a big problem with the performance there?
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accepted Feasible to have thousands of users in Postgres?
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comment Feasible to have thousands of users in Postgres?
@DanielVérité I guess I could just use the Amazon RDS replication function so I would have additional read-only servers and offload heavy reads to those, and concentrate the writes to a singe server. That should get me very far.
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comment Feasible to have thousands of users in Postgres?
@JackDouglas Hmmm. Good question. No, I doubt that that will be the case. I think that 2000 will be the maximum number of concurrent users that will ever be achieved in the same second. A wild guess, though.
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comment Are there any good and free tools for managing a PostgreSQL database?
I do not think they offer the free lite version
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comment Which databases support parallel processing across multiple servers?
@jcolebrand I disagree that this question should be closed. Your reason to close the question is so vague, that I cannot really argue against it. This is not an easy thing to Google for (I have already spent hours and hours). It also did not receive a single close vote during one and a half year at serverfault.com
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