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listen_addresses set to '*' in postgresql.conf disappears every reboot of Ubuntu

I have set listen_addresses to '*' in /etc/postgresql/9.1/main/postgresql.conf and stopped/started Postgres 9.1 with /etc/init.d/postgresql to "reload" configs. This works fine and I can access my ...
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Replication has failed; how to get going on again?

I'm running Postgres 9.1.6 on Ubuntu and I have streaming replication setup between a master and slave. Everything has been running smoothly until the database crashed and we had to restart both of ...
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How to list all views in SQL in PostgreSQL?

How do I list all views for a database using an SQL command in PostgreSQL? I would like something similar to output of the psql \dv command, but preferably just a list of view names. e.g., SELECT ...
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INSERT from a SELECT combined with a single value

I have this query that returns several rows of item_id: select item_id from properties where name like 'body'; And I have the second one that returns 1 row of tag_id: select id from tags ...
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Why is vacuum at a critical level in PostgreSQL when I'm running autovacuum?

I just checked the state of vacuum in my PostgreSQL database and it's at a critical level: $ check_postgres --action=last_vacuum POSTGRES_LAST_VACUUM CRITICAL: DB "postgres" DB: postgres TABLE: ...
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PostgreSQL Function: How to refer to individual column in record return by function

I have function that returns setoff record type. CREATE TYPE CIR_TYPE AS ( ID integer, path text, cycle boolean ); CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION circular_ref() RETURNS setof CIR_TYPE AS ...
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group by and display contents of last row for each result

I've got some data of two objects and I want to retrieve the last row of both the objects, preferably in one query. Table structure: CREATE TABLE data ( pid serial NOT NULL, dt timestamp without ...
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Storing changes to stored procedure and triggers in PostgreSQL

I want a mechanism where I can store/track changes in stored procedure and triggers. I want to track these logs in some table. What is the best possible way ?
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High volume data aggregation

I need to aggregate incoming data and save the resulting aggregates to a table. A sample of the data is below. id,time 1967,2014-04-12 00:42:55+00 1967,2014-04-12 00:42:51+00 1972,2014-04-12 ...
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Postgres SQL Database Recovery

I am recovering a corrupted database, which may not really of had problems, but the server did. The host has restored a backup of the VM image (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS), however, its 10 days old, which is ...
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Concatenation of setof type or setof record

I use Postgresql 9.1 with Ubuntu 12.04. In a plpgsql function I try to concatenate setof type returned from another function. the type pair_id_value in question is created with create type ...
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Adding additional condition significantly degrades performance

Have the following query: SELECT * FROM table_A INNER JOIN table_B ON /* conditions */ INNER JOIN table_C ON /* conditions */ INNER JOIN table_D ON /* conditions */ WHERE table_B.state = 'active' ...
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Can't set up witness in Repmgr 2.0

I am trying to setup repmgr using the autofailover quick setup tutorial provided on Github Link But I am kind of stuck on the witness section, when trying to create the witness with repmgr -d repmgr ...
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Postgresql restore data from file [duplicate]

I have a tar archive with full backup of my CentOS filesystem with pg9.1 installed. How can I restore one database from it?
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log_min_duration_statement setting is ignored

I am running Postgresql 9.1 on Ubuntu. Exact Postgresql version is 9.1+129ubuntu1 as my package manager shows. I have 2 databases that are actively in use and they are used from a remote server. I ...
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Data Corruption on base backups created with wal-e?

I have streaming replication setup on Postgresql 9.1 with two machines on AWS EC2. The master has a cron job that does a daily base backup using the wal-e tool and uploading it to Amazon's S3 storage. ...
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Select Into Regexp_replace doesn't write changes into newly generated table

I have been using this query in postgres 9.1 in order to remove '' from existing data. Below is a sample of the data before running regexp_replace. 6'' 6'' 6'' 20'' 12'' 18'' 20'' 8'' 10'' '' '' ...
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restarting postgresql quickly

I'm reading over the postgresql admin cookbook. Some of the database server parameters require a restart and with a busy database, you may need to restart quickly. There are a number of things to do ...
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Reset postgresql [closed]

I have trouble: I tried to restore PG backup from CentOS on my Ubuntu computer. But had a trouble: after placing backuped Centos /var/lib/pgsql/9.1/data/ to my /var/lib/postgresql/9.1/main at Ubuntu, ...
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PostgresSQL authentication error

I recently forgot my PostgreSQL 9.1 password on my windows 8 and it asks for password on pgAdmin III console. Can I retrieve the password or reset it?
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Vacuum vs Auto Vacuum

I am trying to find answers for my below few queries which will help me in fine tuning my postgres DB. I did some googling but was not able to find answer. 1) Out of vacuum or Auto vacuum which is ...
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Use of integer instead of interval (of one type)

Our DB design presently has a interval column which will only be storing days (no other interval type) so it is making sense to use INT2 (smallint) instead of interval. Reference to documentation. ...
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Changed password on Postgres but I still can log in with the old one [closed]

I changed my password via alter user, but can still log in with the old one. In the 9.1.6 version of postgresql I resolved this problem by killing all the processes through pg_terminate_backend, but ...
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Debugging why postgres is snowballing with system cpu usage

I am having an issue where my postgres database which run on a dedicated machine is getting hammered with kernal level cpu usage. This essentially takes down the web service that run on this database. ...
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RIGHT() function in postgresql 9.1 not behaving as anticipated?

The following is with regard to PostgresQL 9.1 : I am using the right() and left() string functions to fix a few instances where data was input into my database being “off by one” .. so I’m doing ...
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How to see amount of reusable space for a table

I had a huge table(about 300mil rows). After massive DELETE and VACCUUM table files have stopped to grow. That's exactly what I expected. But is there any way to see how much space became reusable?
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Postgres client unable to detect UTF-8 database

Context I am deploying a Vagrant box for my development team, and have encountered a problem restoring UTF-8 collated dumps. I don't believe it is related to the now-infamous "UTF8" has no equivalent ...
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Pg_restore table size differences

What would account for the difference in table sizes between one PostgreSQL database and another restored from its dump file? On an Ubuntu 12.04 host, I'm running PostgreSQL 9.1, and I dumped my ...
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Unexpected Seq Scan when doing query against boolean with value NULL

I have a database column called auto_review where column type is boolean. There is an index for that field, created using the ActiveRecord ORM. CREATE INDEX index_table_on_auto_renew ON table USING ...
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How to change table/indexes structure for a query with two aggregated colums

Do you have any suggestion on how to improve a table structure or its indexes in order to have a single query run faster? The table has this structure: docid | character varying(17) | ...
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Rotate Postgres log at 5GB

How to make postgres 9.1 log to have maximum size 5GB and to be circle when comes to 5GB ? At the moment my log file is over 500GB. /var/lib/postgres/
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Big table size in PostgreSQL while number of rows is small

Tables' size in the PostgreSQL DB are big while the number of rows is relatively small (less then 500K rows). Vacuum of the specific table did not solve the problem. Only by deleting and importing the ...
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Postgres backup and WAL to S3

We are looking for a solution for the following problem: We have set up streaming replication so we have a master DB and a slave DB, we want to have basebackups and WAL files sent to our S3 storage ...
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Correct pg_hba.conf to allow script to run locally with a specific db-user

I've got a working postgreSQL database with following pg_hba.conf: local all postgres peer local all all ...
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Return ResultSet with column names from postgresql Stored procedures

I have the following postgresql Function: CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION readMessage(messageFor INT, qid INT = NULL, ctxt INT = NULL, messageFrom INT = NULL, byTimeStamp BOOLEAN = FALSE) RETURNS SETOF ...
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Howto disable Postgres listening on TCP?

Simply to avoid many problems in the first place I do not want my postgres server program to accept/listen to anything from any network (i.e. TCP/IP 4/6) connections. My setup is a Postgres 9.1 on ...
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postgresql multi column unique or check constraint

First a word of pleading. To say I am a newbie to postgresql would be an insult to the newbies! I have been working on this for only a day or so. I have found several questions on this site, and ...
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using separate schemas or databases

For my web application with a postgresql backend I'm now looking into schema's. As I switched from MySQL to Postgresql(because of (amongst others) the proper geospatial extension) I was not aware of ...
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Data migration of specific data from one DB to another

I am new to this site, I have one major question of data migration, I apologize before hand if the question is too silly. I have two data base on one server, I have one table with the same schema on ...
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Write performance of Postgresql 9.1 with read-only slave

I have a Postgresql 9.1 database that is being hosted by Heroku. It currently has a read-only "follower". I need to truncate several large tables (over 100GB) of data and reloads them. Is the ...
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Slave as a master in PostgreSQL [closed]

I have set up a hot standby in PostgreSQL 9.0 on Windows. I want that, at the time of fail-over, the slave should take over the role of master and start performing operations (both read and write) ...
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Parsing the value and copying it to another column in postgresql

column_1 (varchar) has values with the format like 1024 MB, 2048 MB etc. There also exits column_2 (int). Now I would like to parse the value in column_1 and update the column_2 with values like 1024, ...
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Drop an index in postgresql

I had created an index wrongly and now im trying to drop that index. Since the datas are large for my table, dropping index is taking lot of time. Is there any other way to drop the index quickly? ...
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Taking a backup of a streaming WAL slave

I have an environment with pair of postgresql servers set up to do WAL streaming replication. I also have a test environment and periodically I want to snapshot the production DBMS and restore that ...
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postgres-xc - ERROR: object already defined [closed]

I am configuring two data nodes and a coordinator on postgres-xc. I get eh following error: ERROR: PGXC Node datanode1: object already defined CREATE NODE pgxc_pool_reload ------------------ t (1 ...
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Truncate table is taking too long in PostgreSQL [closed]

I have many databases on the same server, all with same templates. When I execute truncate command on exceptions table in each database, it works fine and executes immediately but on database named ...
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Recovering Postgres database

OK. I'm in a bit of trouble. I've got an Ubuntu, had Postgres 9.1 installed. There was something wrong with it - I couldn't start it for some reason. Out of panic, I backed up ...
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How to dump PostgreSQL database whose owner has no password?

First, some background on my setup: The server has root access disabled. So, I log-in as (say) john who also belongs to the sudo group and is therefore able to run superuser commands. I created a ...
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Cannot connect to server. Too many symbolic links. Postgres Error [closed]

I get this error when I try connecting to a PostgreSQL server: psql: could not connect to server: Too many levels of symbolic links Is the server running locally and accepting connections on ...
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showing locks from all postgres relations

I'm trying to show all locks (DBMS-wide) in Postgres. I initially tried adapting the documented example to: SELECT pg_database.datname AS database, relation::regclass, pg_locks.database AS db_oid, ...