Regenerated

Regenerated

With PostgreSQL 12 the generated columns are now supported natively. Until the version Postgresql 11 it were possible to have generated columns using a trigger.

In this post we’ll see how to configure a generated column via trigger and natively then we’ll compare the performances of both strategies.

Time and relative dimension in space

Time and relative dimension in space

The transactional model has been in PostgreSQL since the early versions. In PostgreSQL its implementation follows the guidelines of the SQL standard with some notable exceptions.

When designing an application it’s important to understand how the concurrent access to data happens in order to avoid unexpected results or even errors.

Checkpoints and wals, fantastic beasts (and where to find them)

Checkpoints and wals, fantastic beasts (and where to find them)

Back in the days of when I was an Oracle DBA I had to solve a strange behaviour on an Oracle installation. The system for some reasons stopped accepting the writes occasionally and without an apparent reason. This behaviour appeared odd to anybody except for my team, which addressed the issue immediately. The problem was caused by a not optimal configuration on the Oracle instance. This thought led me to writing this post.