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pg_dump compression specifications in PostgreSQL 16

by Pavlo Golub | 12.2022
What is pg_dump compression? pg_dump is a PostgreSQL utility for backing up a local or remote PostgreSQL database. It creates […]

PostgreSQL: The power of a SINGLE missing index

by Hans-Jürgen Schönig | 08.2021
Index missing? When an index is missing, good performance won’t be kissing a PostgreSQL user looking for efficiency but instead […]

Query performance in PostgreSQL 13 RC1

by CYBERTEC Guest | 09.2020
By Kaarel Moppel - If you read this blog post the new PostgreSQL version will be probably already officially released […]

The mysterious “backend_flush_after” configuration setting

by CYBERTEC Guest | 07.2019
By Kaarel Moppel - The "backend_flush_after" PostgreSQL server configuration parameter was introduced some time ago, in version 9.6. It has […]

A formula to calculate "pgbench" scaling factor for target DB size

by CYBERTEC Guest | 02.2018
Pgbench is a very well-known and handy built-in tool that Postgres DBAs can use for quick performance benchmarking. Its main […]
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