PostgreSQL version 9.2

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How to determine whether a PostgreSQL Hot Standby is fully mirrored?

I have set up a hot standby of a PostgreSQL server. It all seems to be working, but I just want to be sure that I'm not missing something. In /var/lib/pgsql/9.2/data/pg_log/postgresql-Wed.log I have ...
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Is there a timeout option for remote access to PostgreSQL database?

I'm working via pgAdmin III on a remote PostgreSQL database. After a not so long period (say 10-15 min.) without doing anything in pgAdmin, the connection automatically expires. I therefore have a ...
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Best way to drop / recreate a table that has dependent views?

Problem PostgreSQL does not have logical column reordering, at least not in 9.2 If columns need to be added in the middle of a large table and order is important, the best way is to drop and ...
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Migrating from 32 bit using pg_basebackup

Has anyone migrated a 32 bit postgres 9.2 database to a 64 bit postgres 9.2? I'm trying to use pg_basebackup but I'm not sure whether this is the right approach.
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Can't add a foreign key constraint in a table on Postgresql

I'm trying to add a foreign key of "prefectures" table in "centresdevote" table. But I'm having this error while trying to add a foreign key to "centresdevote" table. I had no problem adding foreign ...
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How to measure or estimate the streaming replication lag in Postgres 9.2

I've been asked to reverse engineer an app that uses postgresql in the back end. I can see that there is some database replica tion going on... based on my reading, I *think it's called streaming ...
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check key if exists in other table without fk constraint

Lets say i have: table a (id_a int); table b (id_b int, id_a int); I want to check if b.id_a exists in "a" before a new row in "b" will be inserted. Normally I would just add a fk constraint on b....
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Rollback on \include error in psql

I'm trying to execute an sql script file in a single transation. The file contains includes for some other scripts which in my example create some tables. It looks like this: \include ../tables/...
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Is it safe to use set-returning sql functions instead of security-barrier views?

Since 9.2, it's been possible to use the security_barrier attribute to guard against maliciously-chosen functions and operators accessing data 'hidden' behind filters in views (full info in the ...
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PostgreSQL Idle Session in Transactions with RELEASE_EXEC_SVP queries and lock

I am having a problem with having idle sessions in transactions. In pgAdmin Server Status, it is showing "RELEASE_EXEC_SVP_XXXXXX" (XXXXXX data are varied) as its query and it's locks also contain a ...
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How to calculate the cumulative difference between rows in Postgres?

I am in need of calculating the difference from the cumulative values for the previous day in Postgres based on session_id. Example as mentioned below: Date session_id upload_usage ...
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How to create a tablespace on Windows 7 for Postgresql 9.2?

I try to run this simple command: CREATE TABLESPACE tb_rec OWNER postgres LOCATION 'd:/tablespaces'; However, the tablespace is not created and I got this message: ERREUR: n'a pas pu ...
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How to enable implicit casts in PostgreSQL >=9.2?

Coming from this topic on SO a user suggest me to enable implicit casts in my PostgreSQL and I don't know how to do that. I also don't know if this is a good practice or if it's the solution to the ...
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EXECUTE within function not using index?

I have an accounts table with ~200k rows and an index for these columns: account_type_id BIGINT , member_id BIGINT , external_id VARCHAR(64) CREATE INDEX account_full_qualifiers_idx ON ...
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Slow Query with LIMIT

We have this query: SELECT "messages".* FROM "messages" WHERE "messages"."account_id" = 1 AND "messages"."status" = 'unread' AND (created_at >= '2014-04-24 01:00:00.000000') ORDER BY id DESC It ...
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Why Postgresql 9.2 word boundary not working!

In my postgresql version 9.1 this query is working fine: select id,name from flash_card_set where name ~* '\yACT\y' and matching: text ACT txt,ACT tests,tests ACT But in my postgresql version 9.2 ...
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PostgreSQL 9.3 Amazon RDS gives error while using UUID-OSSP extension for generating uuid

I have created DB instance on RDS and used below function it gaves error while with same postgreSQL version on local development machine works fine. create or replace function uuid() returns uuid as '...
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Problem with LISTEN - NOTIFY mechanism in PostgreSQL

I'm struggling with PostgreSQL LISTEN - NOTIFY mechanism. I open two consoles and connect to my database using psql client: psql -U postgres test_db In the first console I subscribe to some ...
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Restore postgresql database from remote sql file

I would like to know if it's possible to restore a database from a remote sql file. The problem: - Working with PostgreSQL 9.2.4 - I have an small remote server with 10GB left in storage - I have a ...
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Diagnosing the error in a Postgresql to Redshift migration through psycopg2

I am running a job class that contains the following: A Postgresql connection that can issue SQL statements A Redshift connection that can do the same an S3 connection to function as an intermediary ...
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PostgreSQL replication with periodic log shipping

I'm using Windows Server 2008 R2 with 64-bit PostgreSQL 9.2 on both test machines. What I wish to achieve is that one server will be a master and other will be a slave. This is just for tests, finally ...
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Error while inserting values in array in Postgresql

I am writing a Postgresql function that saves some Ids information into the array and later on processing them one by one. I am new to postgresql and finding some difficulties to work with arrays ...
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pg_upgrade and tablespaces (postgres 9.2 to 9.3)

I have a 9.2 installed with tablespaces sitting at: /var/lib/postgresql/9.2/main and /opt/postgres/9.2/second And unfortunately they are on different filesystems. This is a Debian package ...
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Need some help with this query or some ideas for change it to better model

I've a dilemma in my application and I don't get how to solve it at DB level. The idea is that a user can be subscribed to one or more services but services are show depending on user type. This can ...
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PostgreSQL SQL syntax - JOIN and substrings

I have a single table of hostnames and NFS exports, some but not all of which are related. Example entries: HOST VOLUME ----- ---------- host1 vol1 host1 vol2 host1 ...
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How to determine if postgres database contains GiST indexes and what type?

Is there a way to easily check if a PostgreSQL database has any GiST indexes and of what type they are?
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Postgres Performance Over Group by with MAX and MIN

I just want to retrieve the data for specific location of customers with their ever first and last purchases made in the system. Table details : CREATE TABLE customer_location ( id UUID, location_id ...
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Auto increment char varying column prefixed with some characters

I have a table in PostgreSQL for hospital patients and I want to make a primary key for it as PAT0000001 (char varying) and to keep that field as auto-increment as well. Is there a way to achieve ...
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PostgreSQL 9.2 EBS Snapshot on AWS

I found this post here back from 2011, and wanted to verify that it's still valid and good advice to take a hot snapshot of an ebs volume (PostgreSQL still running) so long as you're snapping all of ...
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On Heroku in production, how can I copy database A to database B on command?

From my local terminal, I can use the following commands to do what I need to do: heroku pgbackups:capture --expire heroku pgbackups:restore charcoal --confirm max-kiosk However, I want to do this ...
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Creating unique constraint to be validated from input

I have this table name tbl with this table definition: create table tbl ( id serial primary key not null, counter integer not null default 1, ref_id integer not null, date_booked date ...
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PostgreSQL: After restoring data, unable to use Views (permission denied)

I'm attempting to get a PostgreSQL environment running locally. I'm using 9.2.8, and have restored data from a backup made by the DBA of the production environment. The restoration worked fine ...
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database not restoring from dump file

I'm running the following command to create a dump of all database on my production server: prodserver:/# pg_dumpall -U postgres -h 1.1.1.1 > prod.sql on my development box, I also take a ...
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Function execute query, manipulates result and then return the same result

I need a function that does something like this pseudocode: function get_data() RETURN SET OF something... as BEGIN myResultSet = select id, some_other_column from ...... limit 20000; update ...
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Limit balancing results by a column

I have a web crawler that have a table with tokens to crawl and each token have a fk_location column that is the website where that token must be processed. I also have a function that returns me the ...
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Could not open file “pg_clog/0000”: No such file or directory

My local PostgreSql 9.2 database won't start anymore this morning. I am on Windows 7. Yesterday, I performed a Windows Update before going to bed. I have checked the log and found: 2014-05-28 10:16:...
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Get distinct results based on column and satisfy condition

I have the below select which is selecting from a table with the columns: id, project_id, keyword_id, position, Data example: i, p_id, k_id, p 1, 1, 1, 4 2, 1, 1, 5 3, 1, 1, 6 5, ...
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Postgresql AUTOVACUUM ANALYSE parameters for a specified table

I would like to set autovacuum parameters for a specified table. My problem is that AUTOVACUUM ANALYSE on a small table takes way to long to complete. This table has only 2 columns (including the ...
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Upgrading using pg_upgrade on windows fails

When upgrading from postgres 9.2 to 9.3 by following the upgrade procedure found in PostgreSQL 9.3.4 documentation about pg_upgrade, the following command fails: RUNAS /USER:postgres "CMD.EXE" ...
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PL/pgSQL fuction to find circular references

I have two tables ID Task 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 Col1 depend 2 3 2 4 3 1 4 2 ID and Col1 are related through FK constraint. I want to find out all circular references. Here ID ...
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Postgresql not using GIN trigram index when performing non-ASCII LIKE query?

Steps to reproduce Create database CREATE DATABASE citiesdb WITH OWNER = citiesowner ENCODING = 'UTF8' TABLESPACE = pg_default LC_COLLATE = 'C' LC_CTYPE = 'C' ...
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Migrating Postgres from 9.2 to 9.3

I have 2 CentOS servers, one is running PostgreSQL 9.2 and the other, 9.3. I'm trying to migrate the database but I'm getting 'relation does not exist' errors. What I did was on the 9.2 server: ...
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How to set isolation to SERIALIZABLE DEFERRABLE for a whole Postgresql database? [closed]

I think read somewhere that it was possible to configure a Postgresql database to force all transactions to be SERIALIZABLE, but I can't find that document anymore. In fact, I would like to force the ...
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2 versions of Postgis installed

For some reason I manage to have 2 versions of postgis installed at the same time due to a wrong update. I can see this as by issuing a select postgis_full_version() i get back version 2.1.0 ...
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INSERT using results of CTE INSERT to provide unique id values

I am writing a job to transform data from an old design into a new design. In this process, I need to take the id from an insert into a separate table and use that in an insert to the target table, as ...
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Postgresql: How to add a role that inherits from another?

Pretty cut and dry, I am just a total noob. Is there a way to make a given role inherit from another?
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Postgresql 9.2 - Auto vacuum running continuously for 18+ hours

I currently have a table that is updated daily (easily 20%+ rows are updated, all floats/integers) and the vacuum is kicking off and running for more than 18 hours. There are 19 million rows total. ...
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Bloating effect in Postgresql [closed]

I've done some performance analysis on my DB and I have releved that: Read head 8192 CPU power used 25% Bloating 56% (84GB of 150) 20% occupied by index unused Now I have find that 99% of ...
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Function quote_nullable(timestamp without time zone) is not unique

When I run this query on "enterprisedb 9.2", it raises an error: select quote_nullable(to_date('09-02-2014 ','dd-MM-yyyy'))::date; Error: LINE 1: select quote_nullable(to_date('09-02-2014 ','dd-...
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Order by distance

If I have a query returning nearby cafes: SELECT * FROM cafes c WHERE ( ST_DWithin( ST_GeographyFromText( 'SRID=4326;POINT(' || c.longitude || ' ' || c.latitude || ')' ), ...