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blog movies projects contact waiting for postgresql 10 – hash indexing vs. wal march 15th, 2017 by depesz | tags: crash, hash, pg10, postgresql, recovery, replication, safe, wal | 1 comment » for a long time hash indexed were not crash safe, and couldn't be used on replication slave, because they skipped wal. now, thanks to these two commits, it has changed: on 14th of march 2017, robert haas committed patch: hash: add write-ahead logging support. the warning about hash indexes not being write-ahead logged and their use being discouraged has been removed. "snapshot too old" is now supported for tables with hash indexes. most importantly, barring bugs, hash indexes will now be crash-safe and usable on standbys. this commit doesn't yet add wal consistency checking for hash indexes, as we now have for other index types; a separate patch has been submitted to cure that lack. amit kapila, reviewed and slightly modified by me. the larger patch series of which this is a part has been reviewed and tested by álvaro herrera, ashutosh sharma, mark kirkwood, jeff janes, and jesper pedersen. discussion: http://postgr.es/m/caa4ek1jobx=yu33631qh-xivyxtpsalh514+jr8xed7v+k3r_q@mail.gmail.comhash: add write-ahead logging support. the warning about hash indexes not being write-ahead logged and their use being discouraged has been removed. "snapshot too old" is now supported for tables with hash indexes. most importantly, barring bugs, hash indexes will now be crash-safe and usable on standbys. this commit doesn't yet add wal consistency checking for hash indexes, as we now have for other index types; a separate patch has been submitted to cure that lack. amit kapila, reviewed and slightly modified by me. the larger patch series of which this is a part has been reviewed and tested by álvaro herrera, ashutosh sharma, mark kirkwood, jeff janes, and jesper pedersen. discussion: http://postgr.es/m/caa4ek1jobx=yu33631qh-xivyxtpsalh514+jr8xed7v+k3r_q@mail.gmail.com and then, ~ 13 hours later, robert committed also: hash: support wal consistency checking. kuntal ghosh, reviewed by amit kapila and ashutosh sharma, with a few tweaks by me. discussion: http://postgr.es/m/cagz5qcjlerun_zoo0edv6_y_d0o4tntmper7ivtlbg4rurjdwg@mail.gmail.comhash: support wal consistency checking. kuntal ghosh, reviewed by amit kapila and ashutosh sharma, with a few tweaks by me. discussion: http://postgr.es/m/cagz5qcjlerun_zoo0edv6_y_d0o4tntmper7ivtlbg4rurjdwg@mail.gmail.com read more » waiting for postgresql 10 – support xmltable query expression march 9th, 2017 by depesz | tags: etl, import, pg10, postgresql, xml, xmltable | no comments » on 8th of march, alvaro herrera committed patch: xmltable is defined by the sql/xml standard as a feature that allows turning xml-formatted data into relational form, so that it can be used as a

in the from clause of a query. this new construct provides significant simplicity and performance benefit for xml data processing; what in a client-side custom implementation was reported to take 20 minutes can be executed in 400ms using xmltable. (the same functionality was said to take 10 seconds using nested postgresql xpath function calls, and 5 seconds using xmlreader under pl/python). the implemented syntax deviates slightly from what the standard requires. first, the standard indicates that the passing clause is optional and that multiple xml input documents may be given to it; we make it mandatory and accept a single document only. second, we don't currently support a default namespace to be specified. this implementation relies on a new executor node based on a hardcoded method table. (because the grammar is fixed, there is no extensibility in the current approach; further constructs can be implemented on top of this such as json_table, but they require changes to core code.) author: pavel stehule, álvaro herrera extensively reviewed by: craig ringer discussion: https://postgr.es/m/cafj8pragfzmd-losmnmgybd0wseznlhwap8do79+-gtrapr4qa@mail.gmail.comxmltable is defined by the sql/xml standard as a feature that allows turning xml-formatted data into relational form, so that it can be used as a
in the from clause of a query. this new construct provides significant simplicity and performance benefit for xml data processing; what in a client-side custom implementation was reported to take 20 minutes can be executed in 400ms using xmltable. (the same functionality was said to take 10 seconds using nested postgresql xpath function calls, and 5 seconds using xmlreader under pl/python). the implemented syntax deviates slightly from what the standard requires. first, the standard indicates that the passing clause is optional and that multiple xml input documents may be given to it; we make it mandatory and accept a single document only. second, we don't currently support a default namespace to be specified. this implementation relies on a new executor node based on a hardcoded method table. (because the grammar is fixed, there is no extensibility in the current approach; further constructs can be implemented on top of this such as json_table, but they require changes to core code.) author: pavel stehule, álvaro herrera extensively reviewed by: craig ringer discussion: https://postgr.es/m/cafj8pragfzmd-losmnmgybd0wseznlhwap8do79+-gtrapr4qa@mail.gmail.com read more » waiting for postgresql 10 – psql: add \gx command march 7th, 2017 by depesz | tags: expanded, gx, pg10, postgresql, psql | no comments » on 7th of march, stephen frost committed patch: psql: add \gx command it can often be useful to use expanded mode output (\x) for just a single query. introduce a \gx which acts exactly like \g except that it will force expanded output mode for that one \gx call. this is simpler than having to use \x as a toggle and also means that the user doesn't have to worry about the current state of the expanded variable, or resetting it later, to ensure a given query is always returned in expanded mode. primairly christoph's patch, though i did tweak the documentation and help text a bit, and re-indented the tab completion section. author: christoph berg reviewed by: daniel verite discussion: https://www.postgresql.org/message-id/20170127132737.6skslelaf4txs6iw%40msg.credativ.depsql: add \gx command it can often be useful to use expanded mode output (\x) for just a single query. introduce a \gx which acts exactly like \g except that it will force expanded output mode for that one \gx call. this is simpler than having to use \x as a toggle and also means that the user doesn't have to worry about the current state of the expanded variable, or resetting it later, to ensure a given query is always returned in expanded mode. primairly christoph's patch, though i did tweak the documentation and help text a bit, and re-indented the tab completion section. author: christoph berg reviewed by: daniel verite discussion: https://www.postgresql.org/message-id/20170127132737.6skslelaf4txs6iw%40msg.credativ.de read more » a way to share sql queries – paste.depesz.com february 27th, 2017 by depesz | tags: announcements, explain.depesz.com, paste.depesz.com, perl, postgresql | 2 comments » long time ago i wrote first version of explain.depesz.com. since then i gradually improve it. but, what was lacking was a way to paste queries too – explain.depesz.com handles explains, but not plain queries. now this has changed. i created new site: paste.depesz.com which allows for sharing queries. thanks to pgformatter it also does query pretty-printing (which is not something readily available on other paste sites). obviously, code to the site is publicly available in github repo. now, goes my request – if you have designer skills, i would greatly appreciate someone that could make the site nicer (prettier, more responsive). my css/js knowledge is pretty limited, and i'm happy anyway about what i did with the look right now, but if you could make it nicer/prettier, that would be amazing. have fun, and if you have any feature requests, please post them in here… getting first and last values per group february 20th, 2017 by depesz | tags: aggregate, extension, first, first_last, github, last, pgxn, postgresql | 2 comments » every so often someone needs solution to getting first (or couple of first) values for given column. or last. for some cases (when there is not many groups) you can use recursive queries. but it's not always the best choice. let's try to implement first() and last() aggregates, so these could be easily used by anybody. read more » why does “sudo ls -l /proc/1/fd/*” fail? february 20th, 2017 by depesz | tags: bash, glob, gotcha, pitfall, shell, sudo | 1 comment » i usually write about postgresql, but lately someone asked for help, and one of the problems was similar to sudo command from title. this was not the first time i saw it, so figured, i'll write a blogpost about it, just so i can refer people to it in the future. read more » waiting for postgresql 10 – logical replication february 7th, 2017 by depesz | tags: logical, pg10, postgresql, replication, upgrade | 6 comments » on 20th of january, peter eisentraut committed patch: logical replication - add publication catalogs and ddl - add subscription catalog and ddl - define logical replication protocol and output plugin - add logical replication workers from: petr jelinek reviewed-by: steve singer reviewed-by: andres freund reviewed-by: erik rijkers reviewed-by: peter eisentrautlogical replication - add publication catalogs and ddl - add subscription catalog and ddl - define logical replication protocol and output plugin - add logical replication workers from: petr jelinek reviewed-by: steve singer reviewed-by: andres freund reviewed-by: erik rijkers reviewed-by: peter eisentraut read more » waiting for postgresql 10 – add pg_sequence system catalog february 6th, 2017 by depesz | tags: pg10, pg_sequence, postgresql, sequence, sequences | 4 comments » on 20th of december, peter eisentraut committed patch: add pg_sequence system catalog move sequence metadata (start, increment, etc.) into a proper system catalog instead of storing it in the sequence heap object. this separates the metadata from the sequence data. sequence metadata is now operated on transactionally by ddl commands, whereas previously rollbacks of sequence-related ddl commands would be ignored. reviewed-by: andreas karlssonadd pg_sequence system catalog move sequence metadata (start, increment, etc.) into a proper system catalog instead of storing it in the sequence heap object. this separates the metadata from the sequence data. sequence metadata is now operated on transactionally by ddl commands, whereas previously rollbacks of sequence-related ddl commands would be ignored. reviewed-by: andreas karlsson read more » generate short, random, textual ids february 6th, 2017 by depesz | tags: extension, github, pgxn, postgresql, primary key, random, short_ids | 1 comment » couple of people asked, on irc, about how to generate unique, short, ids for rows. since i wrote code for this for explain.depesz.com, i figured that instead of pointing to sources, and letting everyone to extract the functions, i will, instead, write a set of functions that what is needed in reusable way. read more » waiting for postgresql 10 – implement table partitioning. february 6th, 2017 by depesz | tags: benchmark, partitioning, partitions, pg10, postgresql, triggers | 6 comments » i had two month delay related to some work, but now i can finally write about: on 7th of december, robert haas committed patch: implement table partitioning. table partitioning is like table inheritance and reuses much of the existing infrastructure, but there are some important differences. the parent is called a partitioned table and is always empty; it may not have indexes or non-inherited constraints, since those make no sense for a relation with no data of its own. the children are called partitions and contain all of the actual data. each partition has an implicit partitioning constraint. multiple inheritance is not allowed, and partitioning and inheritance can't be mixed. partitions can't have extra columns and may not allow nulls unless the parent does. tuples inserted into the parent are automatically routed to the correct partition, so tuple-routing on insert triggers are not needed. tuple routing isn't yet supported for partitions which are foreign tables, and it doesn't handle updates that cross partition boundaries. currently, tables can be range-partitioned or list-partitioned. list partitioning is limited to a single column, but range partitioning can involve multiple columns. a partitioning "column" can be an expression. because table partitioning is less general than table inheritance, it is hoped that it will be easier to reason about properties of partitions, and therefore that this will serve as a better foundation for a variety of possible optimizations, including query planner optimizations. the tuple routing based which this patch does based on the implicit partitioning constraints is an example of this, but it seems likely that many other useful optimizations are also possible. amit langote, reviewed and tested by robert haas, ashutosh bapat, amit kapila, rajkumar raghuwanshi, corey huinker, jaime casanova, rushabh lathia, erik rijkers, among others. minor revisions by me.implement table partitioning. table partitioning is like table inheritance and reuses much of the existing infrastructure, but there are some important differences. the parent is called a partitioned table and is always empty; it may not have indexes or non-inherited constraints, since those make no sense for a relation with no data of its own. the children are called partitions and contain all of the actual data. each partition has an implicit partitioning constraint. multiple inheritance is not allowed, and partitioning and inheritance can't be mixed. partitions can't have extra columns and may not allow nulls unless the parent does. tuples inserted into the parent are automatically routed to the correct partition, so tuple-routing on insert triggers are not needed. tuple routing isn't yet supported for partitions which are foreign tables, and it doesn't handle updates that cross partition boundaries. currently, tables can be range-partitioned or list-partitioned. list partitioning is limited to a single column, but range partitioning can involve multiple columns. a partitioning "column" can be an expression. because table partitioning is less general than table inheritance, it is hoped that it will be easier to reason about properties of partitions, and therefore that this will serve as a better foundation for a variety of possible optimizations, including query planner optimizations. the tuple routing based which this patch does based on the implicit partitioning constraints is an 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