When you need to upgrade your PostgreSQL databases, there are a number of options available to you. In this post we’ll take a look at how you can upgrade PostgreSQL versions using pg_upgrade, a built-in tool that allows in-place upgrade of your software. Using pg_upgrade allows you, potentially, to minimize your downtime, an essential […]Read more
Native streaming replication in PostgreSQL works only between servers running the same major version. We discussed about logical replication in our previous blog post. In that post, we saw how logical replication could help us set up migration between two different PostgreSQL versions. However, logical replication works only for the currently supported versions of […]Read more
When you need to upgrade PostgreSQL, there are a variety of approaches that you can use. To avoid application downtime, then not all of the options to upgrade postgres are suitable. When avoiding downtime is essential, then you might consider using replication as a means of upgrade, and depending on your scenario, you can […]Read more
In this blog post, we will explore
pg_restore, one of the most commonly used options for performing a PostgreSQL upgrade. It is important to understand the scenarios under which
pg_restore utilities will be helpful.
This post is the second of our Upgrading or Migrating Your Legacy PostgreSQL to Newer PostgreSQL Versions […]
There are several approaches to assess when you need to upgrade PostgreSQL. In this blog post, we look at the option for upgrading a postgres database using pg_dumpall. As this tool can also be used to back up PostgreSQL clusters, then it is a valid option for upgrading a cluster too. We consider the […]Read more