If you’re trying to optimise the performance of your PostgreSQL-based application you’re probably focusing on the usual tools: EXPLAIN (BUFFERS, ANALYZE), pg_stat_statements, auto_explain, log_statement_min_duration, etc. Maybe you’re looking into lock contention with log_lock_waits, monitoring your checkpoint performance, etc too. But did you think about network latency? Gamers know about network latency, but did you think […]
I’ve always worked on PgJDBC, the JDBC Type 4 driver for PostgreSQL, with just a terminal, ant and vim. I recently had occasion to do some PgJDBC debugging work on Windows specifics so I set up Eclipse to avoid having to work on the Windows command prompt. As the process isn’t completely obvious, here’s how […]
JDBC is the driver used to access a database with Java. Greenplum has a full working JDBC implementation. In this short article we’ll see how to use it.