One of the headline features of the brand new PostgreSQL release out 2 months ago is Logical Replication. Logical replication allows more flexibility than physical replication, including replication between different major versions of PostgreSQL and selective-table replication. You can get more details on the feature here. So, now that we have this, I’ve been asked […]
PostgreSQL 10 is getting close to its first beta release and it will include the initial support for logical replication, which is was written primarily by me and committed by my colleague Peter Eisentraut, and is internally based on the work 2ndQuadrant did on pglogical (even though the user interface is somewhat different). I’d like […]
PostgreSQL 9.6 is now out and so is an updated version of pglogical that works with it. For quick guide on how to upgrade the database with pglogical you can check my post which announced 9.6beta support. The main change besides the support for 9.6.x release of PostgreSQL is in the way we handle the […]
We have made pglogical 1.1 packages available for PostgreSQL 9.6beta1 for both rpm and deb based distributions. They are available for install from our standard pglogical package repository. You may ask why do we release packages for beta version of Postgres? Well, one of the reasons is that you can use pglogical to replicate your […]
The new feature version of pglogical is now available. The new release brings support for sequence replication, manually configured parallel subscriptions, replica triggers, numerous usability improvements and bug fixes. Let’s look into the changes in more detail.
In last couple of months I’ve been working on online upgrade for very large databases as part of the AXLE project and I would like to share my thoughts on the topic and what progress we have made recently. Before joining 2ndQuadrant I used to work in Skype where the business would not allow a […]