Some time ago we at Percona were approached by ScaleFlux Inc to benchmark their latest hardware appliance, the CSD 2000 Drive, which is a next-generation SSD computational storage drive. It goes without saying that a truly relevant report requires us to be as honest and as forthright as possible. In other words, my mission […]Read more
Yes, this post is about connection queueing, not just pooling. Because “connection pooling” – pre-created connections as a pool – is a much-celebrated feature. Almost every discussion on connection pool/pgBouncer starts with the overhead of establishing a new connection to PostgreSQL… and how pre-created connections in the pool can save the world.
But there is […]
Recently, I wrote an overview about what you need to know about PostgreSQL security. For this post, I want to write about PostgreSQL authentication. It is divided into three categories: 1. PostgreSQL Internal Authentication, 2. OS-based Authentication, and 3. External Server-Based Authentication. In most cases, PostgreSQL is configured to be used with internal authentication, […]Read more
Some time ago, I required a specific version of PostgreSQL. After searching on all the repositories, I was unable to find that specific version. It seems that the PostgreSQL community removes the old package when a new minor version comes. For example, if you need the 12.2 version but the 12.3 version is out, […]Read more
I want to present a tool for running a specific version of open source databases in a single instance, replication setups, and Kubernetes. AnyDbVer deploys MySQL/MariaDB/MongoDB/PostgreSQL for testing and experiments.
It Could Be Started By…
Docker (or Podman) or dbdeployer (MySQL-Sandbox successor) could also start a specific database version, but such installations are significantly different from […]