Pagination with fixed order

Some time ago I wrote about getting fast pagination. While fast, it had some problems which made it unusable for some. Specifically – you couldn't get page count, and easily jump to page number N.

I did some thinking on the subject, and I think I found a way to make it all work. Quite fast. And with not big overhead. Let me show you.

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Understanding postgresql.conf : log*

After loooong pause, adding next (well, second) post to the “series“. This time, I'd like to describe how logging works. And I don't mean binary logging (WAL), but the log for us, humans, to read.

Before I will go to the postgresql.conf options, let me first describe what happens when PostgreSQL wants to log something.

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