Month: August 2020

Enterprise PostgreSQL Solutions

Recently, some people are asking why the wal of the database is consumed so quickly. This blog gives a simple way to analyze where the wal log is consumed, and you can get the reason for wal expansion. Note: There are two understandings about wal expansion: 1. Too many LSNs

1. Overview PostgreSQL is a great open source database, not only because it supports lot of database features, but also because it supports different network setup. For example, you can set it up on an IPv6 enabled network in just a few steps. This blog will demonstrate how to setup

1. Introduction The upcoming major release of PostgreSQL 13 has several important behavioral updates related to the TLS implementation. These updates may have some to your current PostgreSQL security deployment if you were considering to upgrade to 13 when it officially releases. Today I would like to do a quick

HighGo CA has released an update for its supported database system on all supported platforms. HighGo Software Canada (a subsidiary of HighGo Software Inc) has released an update for HighGo Postgres Sever (HG-PGSQL 1.4).  It contains all the changes included in PostgreSQL community release version 12.4 plus additional useful features

Pgpool-II probably is the most comprehensive clustering solution existing today for PostgreSQL. It provides a wide range of features like connection pooling, load balancing, automatic failover and high availability while using the Pgpool-II for load balancing and building a highly available PostgreSQL cluster is one of its most common use

Almost every organisation that I interact with wants a high availability system for PostgreSQL. This clearly depicts an active trend toward an increase in utilising PostgreSQL for critical business applications. In some cases it is a move away from other major database systems like Oracle or even Teradata. It’s not

The table partitioning feature in PostgreSQL has come a long way after the declarative partitioning syntax added to PostgreSQL 10. The partitioning feature in PostgreSQL was first added by PG 8.1 by Simon Rigs, it has based on the concept of table inheritance and using constraint exclusion to exclude inherited