david_dick at iprimus.com.au
Thu Mar 25 01:03:28 CST 2004
> What about real database replication?
> If you're using MySQL, for example, setting up the database to replicate in
> real time to one or more other databases (usually on other hosts) is
> remarkably straight-forward.
> Point your power users at the copy of the data on another host, rather than
> at the real database.
Yeah, i thought about that, but i'm trying to be as database agnostic as
possible. Another alternative in the same light is the DBD::Multiplex
module, which i haven't had time to play with yet, but does seem very cool.
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