No doubt, pg_dump/pg_restore is an amazing tool to perform logical backup and restorations in PostgreSQL. We have already explained in detail about pg_dump/pg_restore here. The tool pgcopydb is an Open Source tool that automates executing pg_dump and pg_restore between two PostgreSQL servers. It is a wrapper over pg_dump and pg_restore to simplify the process with … Continue reading Faster Logical Backup/Restore using pgcopydb – PostgreSQL
PostgreSQL 13 is generally available from September 24, 2020. Last year, PostgreSQL 12 was released with a lot of features like Generated Columns, Partitioning Improvements and so on and started to be widely used in Production Environments. This year, PostgreSQL 13 comes up with more exciting features as well as performance and security improvements. Here … Continue reading Deduplication of B Tree Indexes in PostgreSQL 13
Resource management is one of the key thing in all RDBMS. DB Connections is one of them. In PostgreSQL, Allocating more connections without proper analysis of resources causes an overhead in Memory usage and the creation of an OS process for each connection will lead to a scheduling overhead in the time-sharing operating system. These … Continue reading Getting started with PGBouncer in PostgreSQL
A few days ago one of our intern @mydbops reached me with a SQL query. The query scans only a row according to the execution plan. But query does not seems optimally performing. Below is the SQL query and its explain plan. ( MySQL 5.7 ) select username, role from user_roles where username= '9977223389' ORDER … Continue reading Row scanned equals to 1, Is the query is optimally tuned ?