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Posted on 2013-01-15
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Hi Experts,

Can you recommend a working HOWTO tutorial for Postgres Active/Standby cluster set up ?
I'm trying to implement it on Ubuntu 12.0
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I'm planning to restore a database running Postgres 9.1/Windows in to this Ubunut plat form.
Thanks a lot for your valuable comments !
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tnx mate !
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