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The Internals of PostgreSQL for database administrators and system developers
In this document, the internals of PostgreSQL for database administrators and system developers are described.
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19 hours ago by vicchow
postgres-migrations - npm
Stack Overflow style database migrations for PostgreSQL
postgresql  migrations  sql  data  npm  nodejsinteractive 
20 hours ago by program247365
PostgreSQL: Re: Methods to quiesce PostgreSQL DB without configuring log archival
>> If archive_mode is not configured, and i use snapshot solution for backup of
>> the server, how can i ensure data consistency? Is there a way to quiesce all
>> the connections to DB?
> If your snapshot solution is atomic, then you are *probably* okay. I would
> do a few restores to test, but atomic snapshots give you a point in time and
> should be consistent.

You should be OK *if all files in the backup are part of a single
atomic snapshot*. You can't put pg_xlog or selected tablespaces on
a separate filesystem that has a separate snapshot and expect the
various snapshot to be combined to be used as a coherent backup
unless you are archiving WAL and use pg_start_backup() (before the
first snapshot is initiated) and pg_stop_backup() (after the last
snapshot is completes) to take a PITR-style recovery.

Be sure to follow all the rules for PITR-style backup and recovery,
like deleting the file and all files under pg_xlog
before starting the recovery. And of course, do NOT delete the
backup_label file created by pg_start_backup().
postgres  postgresql  atomic  snapshot  quiesce  database  db 
yesterday by theskett
Why am I getting pg_restore: [archiver] unsupported version (1.13) in file header error with pg_restore?
I get an error pg_restore: [archiver] unsupported version (1.13) in file header when I try to restore a dump file that was created using Heroku PGBackups (heroku pg:backups:capture or scheduled backups) feature or using pg_dump with one-off dynos.
heroku  postgresql  update  security 
yesterday by beery
HeidiSQL - MariaDB, MySQL, MSSQL and PostgreSQL made easy
HeidiSQL is a powerful and easy client for MariaDB, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server and PostgreSQL. Open source and entirely free to use.
sql  rdbms  client  programming  mysql  mssql  postgresql  opensource  floss 
2 days ago by gilberto5757

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