7.14 Slony

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7.14 Slony
On Linux, the Slony connection configuration file is named ppas-replication-9.4.ini, and resides in the /etc directory, under the Advanced Server installation. Use the configuration file to specify connection information for the master and standby nodes.
On Windows, the configuration files are named master.conf.sample そして slave.conf.sample, and reside in the \share directory, under the Advanced Server installation; prior to configuring Slony, you must rename the configuration files to master.conf そして slave.conf
When you start the service on Linux, a slon daemon will be started for each database in the cluster defined in the ppas-replication-9.4.ini file.
The Slony service script is named ppas-replication-9.4. The service script resides in the /etc/init.d directory. You can control the Slony service, or check the status of the service with the following command:
Where action specifies:
start to start the service.
stop to stop the service
restart to stop and then start the service.
status to return the status of the service.
The Slony service is registered with the Windows Services application. The name of the service is ppas-replication-9.4.
To open the Windows Services application, navigate through the 制御 Panel to the Services dialog. Scroll through the list of services to review status information about the Slony service (ppas-replication-9.4). To modify the state of the ppas-replication-9.4 service, highlight the service name, and use the service control links (Stop, Pause and Restart) in the upper-left corner of the Services dialog.


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