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Review the documentation for the replication API #756

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davecramer commented Feb 20, 2017

@Gordiychuk I apologize for not doing this sooner. Please review to make sure I haven't changed the substance of this.

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# Overview

Postgres 9.4 (released in December 2014) introduced a new feature called logical replication. Logical replication allows
changes from database to be streamed in real-time to external system. The difference between streaming replication and
logical replication is that logical replication sends data over in a logical format whereas streaming replication sends data over in a binary format. Additionally logical replication can send over a single table, or database. Streaming replication was all or nothing.
changes from a database to be streamed in real-time to an external system. The difference between binary replication and

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The difference between binary replication and logical replication

Maybe instead of binary replication use physical replication?

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Review the documentation for the replication API (pgjdbc#756)
* Update replication.md

* Update replication.md
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