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Load data in Postgres-XL at over 9M rows/sec

We are faced with this question: “What’s the ingestion rate of Postgres-XL?”, and I realised I don’t have a very good answer to that. Since recently we made some good improvements in this area, I was curious to know too. Well, I decided to benchmark. Hardware and Software For the tests, I used a Postgres-XL cluster running […]

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.

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 […]

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 a series of blog posts. This is the fourth post of the series and we’ll talk about synchronous commit and its effects on fault tolerance and dependability of PostgreSQL. […]

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 a series of blog posts. This is the third post of the series and we’ll talk about timeline issues and their effects on fault tolerance and dependability of PostgreSQL. […]

Evolution of Fault Tolerance in PostgreSQL: Replication Phase

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 a series of blog posts. This is the second post of the series and we’ll talk about replication and its importance on fault tolerance and dependability of PostgreSQL. If […]

Conference isn’t enough?! Join us for post-conference training!

Did you know – 2ndQuadrant has the largest single, collection of PostgreSQL experts of any company globally?! With a team of some of the best known developers, they all still actively contribute to the progressive development of PostgreSQL. Would you like to have access to some of the most knowledgeable and experienced people available? The […]

Second Edition of 5432…MeetUs!

The second edition of the 5432…MeetUs! conference is sure to be one to remember.  They will be hosting PostgreSQL experts, users, and contributors from all over the world.  With talks, workshops, and trainings – we are sure to stay busy every minute! With speakers like Zalando’s Valentine Gogichasvili and IBM’s Andrea Vercellini, it will be […]

Column Store Plans

Over at pgsql-general, Bráulio Bhavamitra asks: I wonder if there is any plans to move postgresql entirely to a columnar store (or at least make it an option), maybe for version 10? This is a pretty interesting question. Completely replacing the current row-based store wouldn’t be a good idea: it has served us extremely well […]