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Tatsuo  Ishii
Tatsuo Ishii
13:15 05 February
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PostgreSQL clusters using streaming replication and pgpool-II

The talk is about PostgreSQL clusters using streaming replication and pgpool-II, which are quite popular in Japan. Plus, the next version of pgpool-II will be released this winter, so the talk will be about what's new in the version.

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