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Jeremy Schneider: Default Sort Order in Db2, SQL Server, Oracle & Postgres 17

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TLDR: I was starting to think that the best choice of default DB collation (for sort order, comparison, etc) in Postgres might be ICU. But after spending some time reviewing the landscape, I now think that code-point order is the best default DB collation – mirroring Db2 and Oracle – and linguistic sorting can be used via SQL when it’s actually needed for the application logic. In existing versions of Postgres, this would be something like C or C.UTF-8 and Postgres 17 will add the builtin collation provider (more details at the bottom of this article). This ensures that the system catalogs always use code-point collation, and it is a similar conclusion to what Daniel Vérité seems to propose in his March 13 blog, “Using binary-sorted indexes”. I like the suggestion he closed his blog with: SELECT ... FROM ... ORDER BY colname COLLATE "unicode" – when you need natural language sort order. I spent some time reading documentation, experimenting, and talking to others in order to learn more about the general landscape of collation and SQL databases. It’s safe to say that every SQL database that’s been around for more than a hot minute has fun collation quirks. (Another reason you shouldn’t write your own database… rediscovering all of this for yourself.) Next week at PGConf.dev in Vancouver, Jeff Davis (and I) will be talking about collation and Postgres. If you’ll be at the conference then be sure to stop by and listen! Wednesday May 29 at 2:30pm in the Canfor room (1600) – “Collations from A to Z” – https://www.pgevents.ca/events/pgconfdev2024/schedule/session/95-collations-from-a-to-z/ Db2 I asked Josh Tiefenbach – a friend who previously worked in Db2 development – and he’s helped me better understand the picture here. First off: Db2 will format your dates and numbers according to the client’s localization environment. I heard a funny story about an IBM engineer whose programs were randomly breaking because of comparison mismatches on dates. It wasn’t critical enough to merit[...]

本文讨论了Postgres、Db2、SQL Server和Oracle等SQL数据库的默认排序规则和语言排序的使用。Postgres的最佳默认排序规则是基于字符编码的排序,语言排序可以通过SQL语句进行。Db2和Oracle也采用了类似的默认排序规则。SQL Server默认使用与Windows Server安装语言相关的ISO-8859排序规则。Oracle的默认排序规则基于客户端连接,不同国家和地区有不同的默认排序规则。Postgres历史上依赖于外部库进行排序,但Postgres 17将添加内置排序提供程序。作者建议在应用逻辑需要时使用语言排序,而默认情况下使用基于字符编码的排序规则。

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Tudor Golubenco: Geographically distributed Postgres for multi-tenant applications

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Documenting a pattern for making multi-tenant applications global by distributing the data, using only standard PostgreSQL functionality.

该文章介绍了一种将Postgres数据库分布到多个地区或多个云的模式,通过分离数据表和控制平面表,并将数据表放置在最接近用户所在地区的地方,使用Postgres Foreign Data Wrappers(FDW)和分区创建全局数据视图。适用于全球客户群体、数据驻留法规、边缘应用和多地区/多云等情况。文章还介绍了在Postgres中创建全局视图的方法和该模式的限制。

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Bruce Momjian: Postgres 17 Release Notes

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I have just completed the first draft of the Postgres 17 release notes. It includes developer community feedback but still needs more XML markup and links. The release note feature count is 188. The most pleasant surprise for me was the large number of optimizer improvements. Postgres 17 Beta 1 should be released soon. The final Postgres 17 release is planned for September/October of this year.

这篇文章介绍了我在Postgres开源数据库上的工作,包括完成Postgres 17版本发布说明的初稿和PgLife监控工具。发布说明中包含188个功能,其中优化器改进是最令人愉快的惊喜。Postgres 17 Beta 1即将发布,最终版本计划在今年9月/10月发布。

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Keith Fiske: Time Partitioning and Custom Time Intervals in Postgres with pg_partman

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Whether you are managing a large table or setting up automatic archiving, time based partitioning in Postgres is incredibly powerful. pg_partman’s newest versions support a huge variety of custom time internals. Marco just published a post on using pg_partman with our new database product for doing analytics with Postgres, Crunchy Bridge for Analytics. So I thought this would be a great time to review the basic and complex options for the time based partitioning. Time partitioning intervals When I first started designing pg_partman for time-based partitioning, it only had preset intervals that users could choose. Currently, pg_partman supports all of Postgres’ time base interval values. The partitioning interval is set during the initial parent creation, in the p_interval field. SELECT partman.create_parent( p_parent_table := 'partman_test.time_taptest_table' , p_control := 'col3' , p_interval := '1 day' , p_template_table := 'partman_test.time_taptest_table_template' ); Additional examples like: p_interval := '1 month' p_interval := '1 year' Even with allowing these intervals, some common intervals used in business, like weekly and quarterly, can be a little tricky. But thankfully pg_partman still has options to make these intervals easy and now even more flexible. So let’s dig into these examples. Weekly partitioning Weekly partitioning was and still is a fairly popular partitioning interval. When I started working on it, I’d thankfully found the ISO week date standard to allow me to tackle the more difficult issues of handling weeks (leap years, starting days, 53 week years) when I’d wanted to label the children with the week number . However with declarative partitioning I found an opportunity to allow this to be more flexible when redesigning things for version 5 of partman. While the result did get rid of the nice weekly numbering pattern I had liked for this interval (IYYYwIW which came out to something like “2024w15”), the new method lets people start their wee[...]

pg_partman是PostgreSQL的时间分区功能,允许用户灵活和自定义分区间隔。用户可以选择预设间隔或设置自己的间隔,如每周或每季度。文章提供了示例并解释了如何在特定的星期几或月份开始分区。还讨论了版本4.6.0中修复的一个错误,允许在使用任意周间隔时四舍五入到最近的一周。总体而言,pg_partman为时间分区提供了全面的支持。

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Henrietta Dombrovskaya: I will be speaking at POSETTE: An Event for Postgres!

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Tuning Parameters vs. Tuning Queries is yet another talk that “almost made it” to a couple of conferences but ended up being on the reserve list, and I never had to present it anywhere except for Chicago PUG. And one more time, my friends at Microsoft are giving me a chance:) I used to be skeptical about online conferences because I had a couple of disastrous experiences, but not with that team! This year, I am happy to do it again!. On June 11, my talk, Tuning Parameters in Postgres vs. Tuning Your Queries, will be streamed at POSETTE 2024. Tune in on June 11 at 8-30 AM CT!

这篇文章是关于一场关于调整参数和调整查询的演讲。作者对在线会议持怀疑态度,但对微软团队的经历却很满意。作者将在POSETTE 2024上进行这个演讲,时间是6月11日上午8点30分。

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Brandur Leach: The Notifier Pattern for Applications That Use Postgres

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Listen/notify in Postgres is an incredible feature that makes itself useful in all kinds of situations. I’ve been using it a long time, started taking it for granted long ago, and was somewhat shocked recently looking into MySQL and SQLite to learn that even in 2024, no equivalent exists. In a basic sense, listen/notify is such a simple concept that it needs little explanation. Clients subscribe on topics and other clients can send on topics, passing a message to each subscribed client. The idea takes only three seconds to demonstrate using nothing more than a psql shell: =# LISTEN test_topic; LISTEN Time: 2.828 ms =# SELECT pg_notify('test_topic', 'test_message'); pg_notify ----------- (1 row) Time: 17.892 ms Asynchronous notification "test_topic" with payload "test_message" received from server process with PID 98481. But despite listen/notify’s relative simplicity, when it comes to applications built on top of Postgres, it’s common to use it less than optimally, eating through scarce Postgres connections and with little regard to failure cases. Here’s where the notifier pattern for Postgres comes in. It’s an extremely simple idea, but in my experience, one that’s rarely seen in practice. Let’s start with these axioms: LISTENs are affixed to specific connections. After listening, the original connection msut still be available somewhere to successfully receive messages. There may be many components within an application that’d like to listen on topics for completely orthogonal uses. Despite optimizations over the years, connections in Postgres are still somewhat of a precious, limited resource, and should be conserved. We’d like to minimize the number of them required for listen/notify use. A single connection can listen on any number of topics. With those stated, we can explain the role of the notifier. Its job is to hold a single Postgres connection per process, allow other components in the same[...]

Postgres的listen/notify功能在各种情况下都非常有用。它可以让客户端订阅主题并发送消息给订阅的客户端。然而,许多应用程序在使用listen/notify时并不优化,浪费Postgres连接。因此,使用notifier模式可以解决这个问题。notifier模式使用一个Postgres连接来订阅多个主题,并将收到的通知分发给监听的组件。这种模式可以减少连接的开销,并且在使用Go等语言时尤为有效。notifier还提供了一些重要的功能,如缓冲通道、订阅的建立和取消等。使用notifier时需要注意连接的健康状态,并在必要时重新启动程序。使用PgBouncer时,只支持使用会话池来进行LISTEN操作。使用notifier可以最大限度地提高连接的效率。

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Pavel Borisov: Postgres Bloat Minimization

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Understanding and minimizing Postgres table bloat

Postgres使用“堆”方法存储数据,每个表分为8Kb的页面。Vacuum过程释放页面上的空间并更新表的空闲空间图和可见性图。Vacuum可以自动或手动执行。为了释放文件系统空间,可以使用更积极的VACUUM FULL模式。可以调整自动清理参数来控制何时和多久自动清理运行。长时间运行的事务和锁可能会阻止自动清理成功。其他优化包括调整自动清理工作进程的数量和增加autovacuum_work_mem参数。Vacuum和自动清理是维护表和防止膨胀的有效方法。

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Claire Giordano: About Talk Selection for POSETTE: An Event for Postgres 2024

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As promised in the CFP for POSETTE: An Event for Postgres 2024, all of the talk selection decisions were emailed out on April 17th. Our talk selection work has now concluded, with the possible exception of accepting proposals from the Reserve list. So what’s next? First I want to thank all of you Postgres people who submitted such amazing talk proposals into the CFP for POSETTE, now in its 3rd year. I was so impressed by the submissions and wish we could have accepted more of them. And I also want to thank Alicja Kucharczyk, Daniel Gustafsson, and Melanie Plageman from POSETTE’s Talk Selection Team for contributing their time and expertise to collaborate with me to select the talks for this year’s virtual POSETTE event. It’s not easy to carefully read through and review 184 talk proposals—in just 8 days—to come up with the program for an event like #PosetteConf. That’s right, 184 talk proposals—from 120 unique speakers. (The CFP had a maximum of 4 submissions per speaker.) With just 38 talks to accept this year, that means POSETTE 2024 has a ~20% talk acceptance rate. Bottom line, we had some difficult decisions to make. So many great talk proposals we had to lengthen the POSETTE schedule to make space The original POSETTE plan for 2024 was to have 4 livestreams with 9 talks each. The math looked like this: Each livestream would have: 1 invited keynote—not selected through the CFP talk selection process, but rather an invited keynote speaker 8 unique talks selected via the CFP process Hence, 36 talks total: 32 talks selected via the CFP process + 4 unique keynotes However, the best laid plans of mice and men and all that, we had to throw that math out the window. There were too many good talk proposals. Luckily the talk production team led by Teresa Giacomini was able to rejigger their recording schedules to make room for 6 more talks. So the final POSETTE 2024 schedule will have: 42 talks total: 38 [...]

POSETTE 2024将有42个演讲,其中38个通过CFP选择,4个是特邀演讲。POSETTE 2025计划继续提交演讲提案。文章强调了透明度和演讲选择过程。

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David Wheeler: 🎙️ Hacking Postgres s02e03

Last week I appeared on s02e03 of the Hacking Postgres podcast. The experience I had after my independent Consulting gig for 10 years working in companies was, like, bringing up other people and being supportive of other people and hearing from a diversity of voices and perspectives makes everything better. That’s part of why I want to get so much input on and feedback on the stuff that I’m hoping do with PGXN v2 — or whatever we ultimately call it. But people matter, more than the technology, more than any of the rest of it. I quite enjoyed this wide-ranging discussion. We covered my history with the Postgres community, a bunch of the projects I’ve worked on over the years, plans and hopes for the PGXN v2 project, perspectives on people and technology, and exciting new and anticipated features of Postgres. Find it wherever fine podcasts are streamed, including: YouTube Apple Podcasts Overcast Twitter More about… Postgres Podcast Hacking Postgres Sqitch pgTAP PGXN

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Keith Fiske: Auto-archiving and Data Retention Management in Postgres with pg_partman

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You could be saving money every month on databases costs with a smarter data retention policy. One of the primary reasons, and a huge benefit of partitioning is using it to automatically archive your data. For example, you might have a huge log table. For business purposes, you need to keep this data for 30 days. This table grows continually over time and keeping all the data makes database maintenance challenging. With time-based partitioning, you can simply archive off data older than 30 days. The nature of most relational databases means that deleting large volumes of data can be very inefficient and that space is not immediately, if ever, returned to the file system. PostgreSQL does not return the space it reserves to the file system when normal deletion operations are run except under very specific conditions: the page(s) at the end of the relation are completely emptied a VACUUM FULL/CLUSTER is run against the relation (exclusively locking it until complete) If you find yourself needing that space back more immediately, or without intrusive locking, then partitioning can provide a much simpler means of removing old data: drop the table. The removal is nearly instantaneous (barring any transactions locking the table) and immediately returns the space to the file system. pg_partman, the Postgres extension for partitioning, provides a very easy way to manage this for time and integer based partitioning. pg_partman daily partition example Recently pg_partman 5.1 was released that includes new features such as list partitioning for single value integers, controlled maintenance run ordering, and experimental support for numeric partitioning. This new version also includes several bug fixes, so please update to the latest release when possible! All examples were done using this latest version. https://github.com/pgpartman/pg_partman First lets get a simple, time-based daily partition set going CREATE TABLE public.time_stuff (col1 int , col2 text default 'stuff' [...]

通过智能的数据保留策略,每月节省数据库成本。分区可自动归档超过30天的旧数据。pg_partman是Postgres的分区扩展,提供了管理时间和整数分区的简单方法。最新版本pg_partman 5.1包括了新功能,如单值整数的列表分区、控制维护运行顺序以及对数值分区的实验性支持。此外,该版本还包括了一些错误修复。

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