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Franck Pachot

ysql_bench: the YugaByteDB version of pgbench

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By Franck Pachot . This follows the previous post on testing YugaByteDB 2.1 performance with pgbench: https://blog.dbi-services.com/yugabytedb-2-1/ A distributed database needs to reduce inter-node synchronization latency and then replaces two-phase pessimistic locking by optimistic concurrency control in many places. This means more serialization errors where a transaction may have to be re-tried. But the PostgreSQL pgbench does not have this possibility and this makes benchmarking distributed database very hard. For example when CERN tested CoackroachDB…

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Franck Pachot

YugaByteDB 2.1: the Open Source multi-region distributed database with PostgreSQL API is in GA with huge performance improvement

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By Franck Pachot . 9 months ago I was looking at YugaByteDB which was still in beta version for its ‘YSQL’ API. I published my first test on Medium: https://medium.com/@FranckPachot/running-pgbench-on-yugabytedb-1-3-3a15450dfa42. I have been very enthusiastic about the idea, the architecture, the way they open-sourced it and how all was documented in their blog. I’ve even met them in Sunnyvale when I traveled to California for Oracle Open World. Great people with a great vision on…

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Nabil Saoual

Control M /EM : Mass update,some examples on how to use it

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Introduction:   We are back today to write about a powerful tool that we can use to update our folders.   Question: Suppose you have to update two jobs of your folder; the task should be easy. But what happens when you must update 50 jobs in a restricted delay? Solution:   To get this easier and smarter we will use the find and update tool. We will use the find and update tool: To…

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Franck Pachot

How SQL Server MVCC compares to Oracle and PostgreSQL

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By Franck Pachot . Microsoft SQL Server has implemented MVCC in 2005, which has been proven to be the best approach for transaction isolation (the I in ACID) in OLTP. But are you sure that writers do not block readers with READ_COMMITTED_SNAPSHOT? I’ll show here that some reads are still blocked by locked rows, contrary to the precursors of MVCC like PostgreSQL and Oracle.

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Saïd Mendi

PostgreSQL Meetup at CERN, Geneva, January 17, 2020

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Registration Last Friday (17/01/20) I had the opportunity to go to Geneva at CERN to attend a PostgreSQL meetup. I’m really happy to write a blog about for a lot of reasons. First of all, it was about PostgreSQL (essential these days), also for the contributors as Oleg Bartunov and finally because of the organizers: Franck Pachot (old & soon new colleague by dbi-services) & Laeticia Avrot I met at the SOUG Day in Lausane.

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Mouhamadou Diaw

PostgreSQL 12 : Setting Up Streaming Replication

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PostgreSQL 12 was released a few month ago. When actually setting up a replication, there is no longer recovery.conf file in the PGDATA. Indeed all parameters of the recovery.conf should be now in the postgresql.conf file. And in the cluster data directory of the standby server, therre should be a file named standby.signal to trigger the standby mode. In this blog I am just building a streaming replication between 2 servers to show these changes….

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