CHAR (16) – Another conference on the horizon but with a focus on business

The PostgreSQL user community is becoming spoilt with a choice of excellent events organized by both local user groups and commercial organizations supporting the Postgre ...

More ‘POWER’ for PostgreSQL

Now Available! Debian and Ubuntu packages for Power Architecture. The official announcement was published last Friday, September 30, 2016: the PostgreSQL repository for D ...

Committed to the PostgreSQL Community, 2ndQuadrant Contributes to 9.6

The latest version of PostgreSQL 9.6 is planned to be released later today, bringing with it some much anticipated features and updates. As the most advanced open source ...

Back to the Future Pt. 2: How to use pg_rewind with PostgreSQL 9.5

In the previous blog article we have seen how pg_rewind works with a simple HA cluster, composed of a master node replicating to a standby. In this context, an eventual s ...

The Best Barman Ever

This is my (very) biased opinion, but I am ready to bet that once you try Barman 2.0 you’ll agree with me. Version 2.0 takes Barman to a new level, thanks to full ...

Back to the Future Pt. 1: Introduction to pg_rewind

Since PostgreSQL 9.5, pg_rewind has been able to make a former master follow up a promoted standby although, in the meantime, it proceeded with its own timeline. Consider ...

Evolution of Fault Tolerance in PostgreSQL: Synchronous Commit

PostgreSQL is an awesome project and it evolves at an amazing rate. We’ll focus on evolution of fault tolerance capabilities in PostgreSQL throughout its versions with ...

PostgreSQL vs. Linux kernel versions

I’ve published multiple benchmarks comparing different PostgreSQL versions, as for example the performance archaeology talk (evaluating PostgreSQL 7.4 up to 9.4), a ...

Evolution of Fault Tolerance in PostgreSQL: Time Travel

PostgreSQL is an awesome project and it evolves at an amazing rate. We’ll focus on evolution of fault tolerance capabilities in PostgreSQL throughout its versions with ...

Speed up getting WAL files from Barman

Starting from Barman 1.6.1, PostgreSQL standby servers can rely on an “infinite” basin of WAL files and finally pre-fetch batches of WAL files in parallel fro ...

More ‘POWER’ for PostgreSQL

Now Available! Debian and Ubuntu packages for Power Architecture. The official announcement was published last Friday, September 30, 2016: the PostgreSQL repository for Debian and Ubuntu packages, apt.postgresql.org, has been extended by adding binary packages of IBM’s Little Endian POWER8 architecture.

How will Postgres-XL exploit the Parallel Query Capabilities of PostgreSQL 9.6?

With PostgreSQL 9.6 now out, many of our users and customers are asking us about the plans for Postgres-XL 9.6. The new release of PostgreSQL implements some new features, especially around parallel query processing and many are interested to know when those capabilities will be available in Postgres-XL. Postgres-XL itself is a massively parallel processing system….

2UDA – Installing PostgreSQL 9.6 the easy way

PGDG announced the General Availability of PostgreSQL 9.6 on the 29th of September. Like each year, this new release brings with it a lot of exciting new features. Using these features, of course, requires installing PostgreSQL … a task that can be a touch daunting for novice users. 2UDA, a graphical installer for PostgreSQL, is designed to…

Cool Runnings

In an earlier post I commented on a post by Evan Klitzke on his reasons for recommending a move from PostgreSQL to MySQL. The summary was that the technical details were incorrect, apart from two points. This post returns to those points to discuss what we’ve done about them. 1. When one indexed column is…

2ndQuadrant speaks at PostgreSQL sessions

On the 22nd of September I attended the 8th edition of the PostgreSQL sessions, a conference in Lyon organised by Dalibo and Oslandia, as a speaker.

Untangling the PostgreSQL upgrade

PostgreSQL 9.6 has just been released and most of the postgres users will start asking themselves how to upgrade to the new major version. This post has the intention of showing different procedures for upgrading your PostgreSQL server. Upgrading to a new major version is a task which has a high ratio of preparation over…

Committed to the PostgreSQL Community, 2ndQuadrant Contributes to 9.6

The latest version of PostgreSQL 9.6 is planned to be released later today, bringing with it some much anticipated features and updates. As the most advanced open source database, PostgreSQL strives to release a major version roughly once every year. With an active and collaborative community, this PostgreSQL release boasts impressive features and updates thanks…

The PostgreSQL 9.6 release is almost here!

The PostgreSQL 9.6 Release It feels like only just a few months ago that we were celebrating the release of PostgreSQL 9.5.0, but already we’re very close to the 9.6.0 release! For me personally, I’m very excited about this particular release of PostgreSQL. It was just 5 or 6 months ago that I was busy…

Back to the Future Pt. 2: How to use pg_rewind with PostgreSQL 9.5

In the previous blog article we have seen how pg_rewind works with a simple HA cluster, composed of a master node replicating to a standby. In this context, an eventual switchover involves just two nodes that have to be aligned. But what happens with HA clusters when there are several (also cascading) standbys? Now, consider…

pgFincore 1.2, une extension PostgreSQL

pgFincore 1.2 est une extension PostgreSQL pour auditer et manipuler le cache de pages de données du système d’exploitation. L’extension a déjà une histoire de 7 ans d’utilisation, avec des évolutions correspondant aux besoins de production. Télécharger ici la dernière version 1.2, compatible avec PostgreSQL 9.6.

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