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blog movies projects contact major-version upgrading with minimal downtime november 8th, 2016 by depesz | tags: logical, major, pglogical, postgresql, replication, upgrade | 5 comments » there is this idea that from 9.5 we will be able to upgrade pg clusters to newer, major, version, without downtime (well, almost), thanks to magic of logical replication. sounds very promising, so i figured – i'll test it. to some extent at least. read more » waiting for postgresql 10 – postgres_fdw: push down aggregates to remote servers. october 25th, 2016 by depesz | tags: aggregate, fdw, pg10, postgresql, postgres_fdw | 8 comments » on 21st of october, robert haas committed patch: postgres_fdw: push down aggregates to remote servers. now that the upper planner uses paths, and now that we have proper hooks to inject paths into the upper planning process, it's possible for foreign data wrappers to arrange to push aggregates to the remote side instead of fetching all of the rows and aggregating them locally. this figures to be a massive win for performance, so teach postgres_fdw to do it. jeevan chalke and ashutosh bapat. reviewed by ashutosh bapat with additional testing by prabhat sahu. various mostly cosmetic changes by me.postgres_fdw: push down aggregates to remote servers. now that the upper planner uses paths, and now that we have proper hooks to inject paths into the upper planning process, it's possible for foreign data wrappers to arrange to push aggregates to the remote side instead of fetching all of the rows and aggregating them locally. this figures to be a massive win for performance, so teach postgres_fdw to do it. jeevan chalke and ashutosh bapat. reviewed by ashutosh bapat with additional testing by prabhat sahu. various mostly cosmetic changes by me. read more » waiting for postgresql 10 – rename “pg_xlog” directory to “pg_wal”. october 25th, 2016 by depesz | tags: backup, pg10, pg_basebackup, pg_wal, pg_xlog, postgresql, wal | 1 comment » on 20th of october, robert haas committed patch: rename "pg_xlog" directory to "pg_wal". "xlog" is not a particularly clear abbreviation for "write-ahead log", and it sometimes confuses users into believe that the contents of the "pg_xlog" directory are not critical data, leading to unpleasant consequences. so, rename the directory to "pg_wal". this patch modifies pg_upgrade and pg_basebackup to understand both the old and new directory layouts; the former is necessary given the purpose of the tool, while the latter merely avoids an unnecessary backward-compatibility break. we may wish to consider renaming other programs, switches, and functions which still use the old "xlog" naming to also refer to "wal". however, that's still under discussion, so let's do just this much for now. discussion: cab7npqtec-8+zux8_-4zd46v7ypwooefxgndfsq5rg8iblvm1a@mail.gmail.com michael paquierrename "pg_xlog" directory to "pg_wal". "xlog" is not a particularly clear abbreviation for "write-ahead log", and it sometimes confuses users into believe that the contents of the "pg_xlog" directory are not critical data, leading to unpleasant consequences. so, rename the directory to "pg_wal". this patch modifies pg_upgrade and pg_basebackup to understand both the old and new directory layouts; the former is necessary given the purpose of the tool, while the latter merely avoids an unnecessary backward-compatibility break. we may wish to consider renaming other programs, switches, and functions which still use the old "xlog" naming to also refer to "wal". however, that's still under discussion, so let's do just this much for now. discussion: cab7npqtec-8+zux8_-4zd46v7ypwooefxgndfsq5rg8iblvm1a@mail.gmail.com michael paquier discussion link read more » missing waiting for …. ? september 26th, 2016 by depesz | tags: postgresql | no comments » it looks that for some reason my subscription to pgsql-committers disappeared, and i stopped receiving mails from this list. i also didn't notice it, for some time – not sure when it got lost. i did resubscribed now, but if you can think of any specific commits that i should have written about, but haven't, please let me know, and i'll write about it. sorry for the problem. getting list of unique elements in table, per group july 12th, 2016 by depesz | tags: aggregate, array, distinct, irc, ordered, perl, postgresql, sorted | 2 comments » today, on irc, someone asked interesting question. basically she ran a query like: select a, b, c, d, e, f from table order by aselect a, b, c, d, e, f from table order by a then, she processed the query to get, for each a array of unique values of b, c, d, e, and f, and then he inserted it back to database, to some other table. it was a problem, because the table had many rows (millions i would assume), and the whole process was slow. so, how to make it faster? read more » what’s happening in my database? june 29th, 2016 by depesz | tags: awk, performance, pg_stat_activity, pg_stat_all_tables, pg_stat_database, postgresql, psql, ruby, stats | 3 comments » lately at least two people on irc asked questions similar to “how do i know how many queries there are in database, per second?“. so, let's see what we can find out. read more » incrementing counters in database june 14th, 2016 by depesz | tags: counter, cron, increment, irc, postgresql, trigger | 22 comments » some time ago someone on irc asked about creating fast counters for something (banners i think). i talked with her (him?) about it, but figured, i can as well write a blogpost, so others can use it too. read more » the hard math of killing zombies in zombicide may 17th, 2016 by depesz | tags: dice, die, probability, ruby, zombicide | no comments » i happen to play zombicide. it's cooperative board game set in some kind of post-apocalyptic, zombie-infested, world. despite the general theme, lots of people like it, so we play it quite a lot. one thing that bugged us, was : in given scenario, which weapon it's best to use? read more » picking task from queue – revisit may 4th, 2016 by depesz | tags: advisory, advisory locks, locked, postgresql, python, queue, skip, task, unlocked | 3 comments » some time ago, i wrote blogpost about how to pick a task from queue, without locking. it was written in 2013, and as such it couldn't reflect everything we have now in postgresql – namely skip locked – which was added to postgresql over year later. two people mentioned skip locked in comments, but it was before it was committed even to git repo. but now, we have, officially released, postgresql version with this mechanism, so let's see what it can do. read more » waiting for 9.6 – support \crosstabview in psql april 27th, 2016 by depesz | tags: crosstab, crosstabview, pg96, pivot, postgresql, psql | 2 comments » on 8th of april, alvaro herrera committed patch: support \crosstabview in psql \crosstabview is a completely different way to display results from a query: instead of a vertical display of rows, the data values are placed in a grid where the column and row headers come from the data itself, similar to a spreadsheet. the sort order of the horizontal header can be specified by using another column in the query, and the vertical header determines its ordering from the order in which they appear in the query. this only allows displaying a single value in each cell. if more than one value correspond to the same cell, an error is thrown. merging of values can be done in the query itself, if necessary. this may be revisited in the future. author: daniel verité reviewed-by: pavel stehule, dean rasheedsupport \crosstabview in psql \crosstabview is a completely different way to display results from a query: instead of a vertical display of rows, the data values are placed in a grid where the column and row headers come from the data itself, similar to a spreadsheet. the sort order of the horizontal header can be specified by using another column in the query, and the vertical header determines its ordering from the order in which they appear in the query. this only allows displaying a single value in each cell. if more than one value correspond to the same cell, an error is thrown. merging of values can be done in the query itself, if necessary. this may be revisited in the future. author: daniel verité reviewed-by: pavel stehule, dean rasheed read more » search follow me comments rss posts rss popular posts how i learned to stop worrying and love the triggers 244 views | 0 comments waiting for 9.6 – add if not exists processing to alter table add column 227 views | 0 comments char(x) vs. varchar(x) vs. varchar vs. text – updated 2010-03-03 221 views | 0 comments why is upsert so complicated? 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