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Transaction ID wraparound: a walk on the wild side

by Laurenz Albe | 01.2023
  Most people are aware of transaction ID wraparound. The concept has been well explained in Hans' article, so I […]

How to corrupt your PostgreSQL database

by Laurenz Albe | 08.2022
Of course most people do not want to corrupt their databases. These people will profit from avoiding the techniques used […]

ICU collations against PostgreSQL data corruption

by Laurenz Albe | 07.2019
  (Updated 2023-07-18) This article was prompted by version 2.28 of the GNU C library, which changed the definition of […]

pg_resetxlog: renamed to pg_resetwal

by Hans-Jürgen Schönig | 08.2014
UPDATE September 2023: This feature is now called pg_resetwal, see the PostgreSQL documentation about it here. The blog below will […]
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