Archiwizowane July, 2012

July 31st, 2012 by depesz | Tags: , , , , , | 8 comments »

Some time ago I was looking (warning: post in polish) for someone to teach me proper parsing. One of really great polish Perl programmers - Dozzie - reached out, and helped me. By the way - thanks a lot, Dozzie. Based on ...

On 20th of July, Robert Haas committed patch: Make new event trigger facility actually do something. Commit 3855968f328918b6cd1401dd11d109d471a54d40 added syntax, pg_dump, psql support, and documentation, but the triggers didn't actually fire. With this commit, they now do. This is still a pretty basic ...

On 11th of July, Tom Lane committed patch: Add array_remove() and array_replace() functions. master These functions support removing or replacing array element value(s) matching a given search value. Although intended mainly to support a future array-foreign-key feature, they seem useful in their ...

On 28th of June, Robert Haas committed patch: Dramatically reduce System V shared memory consumption. Except when compiling with EXEC_BACKEND, we'll now allocate only a tiny amount of System V shared memory (as an interlock to protect the data directory) and allocate the rest ...

One of the features that is actually disliked is anonymization. But, regardless of the dislike - it has some users. And one of the user mailed me with information about a bug - namely - foreign table file names were ...

Finally, after all these years, version 1.0.0 of OmniPITR got Released. The reason I went to 1.0.0, and not 0.8.0 is very simple - finally, all programs in bin/ actually work :) By that I mean: since beginning there was "omnipitr-monitor" - ...