In this article, I want to introduce the ICU support in PostgreSQL, which I have worked on for PostgreSQL version 10, to appear later this year. Sorting Sorting is an important functionality of a database system. First, users generally want to see data sorted. Any query result that contains more than one row and is […]
For PostgreSQL 10, I have worked on a feature called “identity columns”. Depesz already wrote a blog post about it and showed that it works pretty much like serial columns: CREATE TABLE test_old ( id serial PRIMARY KEY, payload text ); INSERT INTO test_old (payload) VALUES (‘a’), (‘b’), (‘c’) RETURNING *; and CREATE TABLE test_new […]
PgBouncer is a lightweight connection pooler for PostgreSQL. PgBouncer 1.7 was announced on the 18th of December 2015. In this blog post we’ll talk about the major new improvements in PgBouncer.
For a couple of years now a team at 2ndQuadrant led by Andres Freund have been working on adding bi-directional asynchronous multi-master replication support for PostgreSQL. This effort has become known as the BDR project. We’re really excited to see these efforts leading to new PostgreSQL features and have a great deal more still to […]
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