PostgreSQL version 9.2

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Fatal error when not numeric value - PostgreSQL 9.2 [closed]

Below is an example of the auto-generated update query, with client-supplied keys (_iid). There's a fatal error when _iid is not numeric. However; this should accept any value. I believe that's what ...
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Enforce NOT NULL for set of columns with a CHECK constraint only for new rows

I have a table and need to add a new column without a default value: Constraint: ALTER TABLE integrations.billables DROP CONSTRAINT IF EXISTS cc_at_least_one_mapping_needed_billables, ADD ...
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ERROR: check constraint is violated by some row

I've got the following error: ERROR: check constraint "cc_at_least_one_mapping_needed" is violated by some row Query: ALTER TABLE integrations.tax_aggregates DROP COLUMN IF EXISTS myob_id, ADD ...
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Postgres 9.2 - postgres - FATAL: XX000: relation mapping file “global/pg_filenode.map” contains incorrect checksum

We have a ~400GB Postgres database (v9.2.6) (running on CentOS 6.5) that had a problem with free space and with every command (ls, pwd etc) we were seeing a segmentation fault error. We were able to ...
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Migration DDL - PostgreSQL 9.2

I'm doing a DDL to migrate all the attachments from the DB to a NFS server. Structure: /userfiles/account/5554/attachment/26687981/file/2790000/main.with_name/photo.j‌​pg ...
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When can I clean up archived WAL files?

I need some help understanding the how archived WAL files are used and when I can clean them up. Currently we have a master database replicating to a slave, but every so often our master database ...
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Extract ID String - PostgreSQL 9.2 [closed]

I've got this directory path: /userfiles/account/5554/attachment/26687981/file/2790000/main.with_name/photo.jpg /userfiles/account/(accountid)/(filecontext)/(ownerid)/(variation)/(filename) -- ...
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How to configure postgresql-9.2 to know blk_write_time in pg_stat_database

Interested in the procedure for collecting block write statistics of PostgreSQL 9.2. Steps followed for configuration, could get blk_read time but not blk_write_time CREATE EXTENSION adminpack; and ...
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Select ID put into a new Table - PostgreSQL 9.2

I need to select all the File ID's on a table and put the results in the new table I've created. How can I do that? Please, have a look: 1: Select all the file ID's of gorfs.inodes/segments for ...
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error: must be owner of relation USER_ACCOUNT_ID_seq

I have granted priviledges to a user for testing in PostGreSql: GRANT USAGE ON SCHEMA "MySchema" TO "Tester"; GRANT ALL ON ALL TABLES IN SCHEMA "MySchema" TO "Tester"; GRANT ALL ON ALL SEQUENCES IN ...
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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 ...
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Performance issue using view vs. direct statement

I have a table with structure similar to this: table values ( id1 int, id2 int, value real, value_at timestamp, constraint primary key (id1,id2,value_at) ) I need to get the "current value" for a ...
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Slow query - PostgreSQL 9.2

I've got a Query that takes some time to be executed... Can you guys help to improve the total time? Thank you! QUERY: SELECT file.inode_id AS file_id, file.parent_inode_id AS ...
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Slow Query - Optimize - PostgreSQL 9.2

I've got a slow query.. I'd like to make it faster.. Make add an index? Query: SELECT j.clientid AS client_id, ni.segment_index AS note_id, f.inode_id AS file_id, ...
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Recovery from Live to a new Slave Server - PostgreSQL - ERROR

I've started a new SLAVE PostgreSQL server set up. master: 192.168.100.1 slave1: 192.168.100.2 slave2(NEW SLAVE) 192.168.100.3 * NOTE: I run the pg_basebackup from another STANDBY SERVER. Not ...
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Postgres 9.2 replica can't catchup to master

I have configured a master/replica setup for postgres 9.2 on Amazon Linux. PS output shows that the replica is connected and streaming, but also recovering. This has been going on for about 24 hours. ...
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postgres versions differ for root / user

I have upgraded postgres 9.2 to 9.4 on Centos7 following the instructions here, but then I am left with what I think is a slightly weird result: [user@machine]$ sudo bash [sudo] password for user: ...
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How do I GRANT for all tables across all schemas

I want to GRANT SELECT ON ALL TABLES TO foo; But postgres tells me I have a syntax error at "TO". It expects a GRANT like: GRANT SELECT ON ALL TABLES IN SCHEMA public TO foo; ...
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What's the difference between betwwen 2 DB and 2 Schema [closed]

My question is : what is the difference between the two next mode in PostgreSQL, for an production application. using two DB in the same SGBD (the same table-space and HDD) Or using two schema in ...
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How to avoid invoking functions twice when using GROUP BY and HAVING?

I have a PostgreSQL database (9.2) with a table of parent-child relations. I have a query that looks for nodes having multiple parents. The following query works and returns the correct results: ...
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Postgresql Streaming replication - monitoring

I have setup streaming replication for my postgres servers. I am using PostgreSQL 9.2.6. Replication seems to be working fine. I am monitoring this with two ways using nagios: Log_delay and ...
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PostgreSQL DML statements

I am trying to trick an application into executing a DML statement AFTER starting a SELECT statement without using stacked queries so I cannot use the ; character anywhere in my query. I have resorted ...
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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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how to obtain a list of restore points?

i am implementing restore points using pg_create_restore_point, and will then have a set of scripts to enable my users to restore to one of these restore points. Clearly i have work to do with taking ...
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what happens to WAL files when standby server is in recovery

in the case where we have SERVER1 (prod db) and SERVER2 (hot standby), what happens to the WAL files from SERVER1 when SERVER2 goes into recovery mode and is opened? On SERVER1, the ARCHIVE_COMMAND ...
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pgpoolAdmin for pgpool-II 3.4 : superuser: unknown (Connection error)

I cannot start/stop/reload my nodes through pgpoolAdmin and it says "superuser: unknown" even though I'm logged with the postgres account. What could be the cause? pgpool.conf is identical to another ...
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Problems while connecting to a newly installed PostgreSQL 9.2 on same box as 9.1

I have a new project at work that is using a PostgreSQL 9.2. But, I'm still having to support a project that uses 9.1. So, I'm trying to configure my local dev box to have both installed. I have ...
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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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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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Postgres Dump and Restore on Linux Terminal

I need to take a dump in postgres db and to be restored on some other server. please tell me the command in Linux with compressed and encrypted format.
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Using pipelined order by while fetching only first ten rows

PostgreSQL 9.2 I have the table table: id user_id amount PK integer integer and I need to fetch the first 10 rows as follows: SELECT user_id, SUM(amount) s FROM table GROUP BY ...
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Configuring Postgres 9.2 streaming replication with Redhat Clustering Suite for High Availability

I'm in the process of configuring PostgreSQL 9.2 streaming replication with Redhat Clustering Suite for high availability. I have 1 master and 1 hot standby configured to replicate the data from ...
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PostgreSQL user can not connect to server after changing password

I've met this with 4 roles I created: After changing password for a user in pgAdmin III using the GUI (1), that user can not log in any more. pgAdmin III show error message: An error has occurred: ...
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How to validate column while creating Table?

Need to validate the column while creating the tables in postgres , An example before developer create table We are in need to validate the Audit columns, Example : create table tab_1 ( a integer, b ...
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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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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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Can I Show Multiple “WHERE” Filtered Results In A Single Query/Output Table?

I am using Postgres 9.2.4 on Red Hat 6. Tables --------------------------------------- | Table 1 | --------------------------------------- | WorkflowID | DataSet | ...
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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 ...
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is it possible to run postgres with no WAL files being produced?

I am looking at a way of running a 9.2 postgres database on redhat 6 without any WAL files being produced. We have a end of day batch process which generates a large number of WAL files (and has ...
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Identical Postgres index scan taking 5x longer on server [closed]

I have an intermediate table for managing a many-to-many relation between tables called Expert and Subject: Column | Type | Modifiers ...
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How often will a FOR EACH STATEMENT trigger execute if the operation is caused by an FK constraint with UPDATE CASCADE?

I understand that a trigger on table t defined with FOR EACH STATEMENT will run once when I execute an UPDATE t .... Now, when t is defined with FOREIGN KEY ... REFERENCES a ... ON UPDATE CASCADE, ...
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How to view the query of another session in pg_stat_activity without being super user?

I have a Postgresql 9.2 database. Two users are created on this database. When I perform the following query as superuser, I can see everything. select * from pg_stat_activity However, is it ...
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Why is SELECT * much faster than selecting all columns (in a different column order) by name?

On a table with columns a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k I get: select * from misty order by a limit 25; Time: 302.068 ms And: select c,b,j,k,a,d,i,g,f,e,h from misty order by a limit 25; Time: 1258.451 ms ...
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Postgresql indexing for IS NULL

I have two similar queries, whose only difference (in the last two lines) is that one uses IS NULL while the other compares defined values. Query #1 takes only a few minutes: UPDATE ...
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Very slow DELETE in PostgreSQL, workaround?

I have a database on PostgreSQL 9.2 that has a main schema with around 70 tables and a variable number of identically structured per-client schemas of 30 tables each. The client schemas have foreign ...
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Error: Unable to write inside TEMP environment variable path

I am installing PostgreSQL 9.2.4-1-windows.exe on Windows 7 64 with Service Pack 1. I get the following, rather famous it seems, error: There has been an error. Unable to write inside TEMP ...
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missing WAL file on standby server following a backup

I seem to have an intermittent problem with my postgres backup/restore to standby Postgres, is version 9.2 running on red hat 6 enterprise i have a production server (PROD1) and a hot standby ...
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pg_ctl status responds with “available” during failed startup

I am using pg_ctl -D $PGDATA status to monitor whether my postgres standby database is up and running. Sometimes the database fails to start due to a missing WAL file, but its status is reported as ...
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VACUUM returning disk space to operating system

VACUUM usually does not return disk space to operating system, except in some special cases. From the docs: The standard form of VACUUM removes dead row versions in tables and indexes and marks ...
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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 ...