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Nullable One To Many w/Join Table - Indexing

I have a question regarding database design, I am working with PostgreSQL using Hibernate for ORM, the design I inherited includes the following tables users user_id (pk) user_name user_dob ... ...
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Can column name be “Group” in Postgresql or in any databases

I was designing a project which specifies that in a table what column name should be and one of the column name in the specification is "group". I tried creating it but it always throw a syntax ...
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Change propagation among connections

If I update a table using one connection and issue a query in another connection immediately after that, is there a chance that I can't see the changes even if it's extremely unlikely?
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A way to reference the ID in a multi insert transaction? (postgres)

Assuming table "entity.eid" is auto incrementing, I want to be able to reference the autoincrement value assigned later in the same transaction. The way I have been doing this is by doing multiple ...
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How can I use an environment variable in a Postgres function?

Let's say I have a windows user environment variable SOME_STRING. Is it possible to use its value in a PL/pgSQL function? If not, do I need to use an untrusted language (like PL/pythonu) or can I ...
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Tool to synchronize PostgreSQL DDL and data databases [closed]

We have several developers who each have a local database for testing. We often make DDL and/or data changes to the master database that we need to replicate to each development machine. The framework ...
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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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Query Pane Docking in pgAdmin3

I just started using pgAdmin3. I do not like having to have a new window when I want to run ad hoc SQL queries. Is there a way to do dock it within the top level app and actually show in the main ...
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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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Restoring PostgreSQL 9.1.9 backup with 9.3.0 results in error [closed]

How can I resolve the following errors in 9.3.0: psql mydb < ~/mydb_2013-10-25.backup.tar results in ... ALTER TABLE ALTER TABLE ALTER TABLE ERROR: could not open file "$$PATH$$/2309.dat" for ...
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PostgreSQL Change owner of all tables under a specific schema

I am trying to change the owner of all tables under the same schema in one command line. i.e: alter table schema_name.* owner to newowner Is there a way to accomplish that?
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Best read performance when every query is known, and the data doesn't change

I'm trying to maximise performance on an underpowered PostGIS server - 1 core, 4 CPUs. The data (OpenStreetMap) will be infrequently (monthly?) loaded, and never changes otherwise. Each of the 30 or ...
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PostgreSQL 9.2 number of days in a tstzrange?

How can the number of days contained within a range be found? For example, with these timestamp ranges, get these (integer) number of days: tstzrange('2013-10-01 07:00', '2013-10-01 07:15') | 1 ...
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FATAL: no pg_hba.conf entry for host “::1”

I'm attempting to deploy my Rails 4 application (that uses postgresql) using Capistrano. When Capistrano attempts to migrate the database I get the error FATAL: no pg_hba.conf entry for host "::1", ...
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PL/pgSQL functions and optimizations fences?

I am newbie on DB stuff. And my DB knowledge is very old (around MSSQL2000). All what I remember is, the stored procedures are faster than ordinary queries because it avoid query compilation and ...
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to use full text search or not?

In my web app, I have a web page for admins that displays the following fields: user id (numeric) device id(numeric) device description (text) cell phone number (text) user name (string ... but ...
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Evenly sized partitions in Postgresql

All, My database has several years worth of temporal data that I am currently partitioning my the month. The problem is that some months there are hundreds of millions of records while other months ...
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Windows Multicorn Installation [closed]

Has anyone had any luck installing multicorn for postgresql on windows. I'm not to familiar with python. I've installed pgxnclient but I get the following error when I run pgxn install multicorn ...
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What is the postgresql equivalent of mysql grant require x509?

We're migrating from MySQL to PostgreSQL. We have to support SSL. MySQL supports creating users which require SSL certificate validity using "GRANT ... REQUIRE X509" [1]. Does PostgreSQL have ...
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Efficient query to get greatest value per group from big table

Given the table: Column | Type id | integer latitude | numeric(9,6) longitude | numeric(9,6) ...
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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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pg_dump custom format between postgres versions

I was wondering how stable the custom pg_dump format is between Postgres versions. Can I for example restore a custom format dump created with Postgres 8.x in postgres 9.x? Background: I am building ...
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Get maximum from aggregated values in a query

I have a table details it has a column kills and a column player_slot and a column match_id. I want to find the maximum difference between the SUM of kills for player_slot 0-4 and 128-132. Can someone ...
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Why Django session table grows on PostgreSQL

I use PostgreSQL 9.1.6 via PgBouncer 1.4.2 in my Django 1.4.8 project. django_session table grows all the time. VACUUM does not help. VACUUM FULL runs for hours. Only TRUNCATE helps usually. The ...
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How can you have a combined primary key for one table?

I have exactly the same question as posted here. But in my case I do not use MySQL but Postgres. Can this be done with Postgres? All things indicate I can not use a combined index in Postgres, so ...
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Postgres: What happens if your slave DB went down temporarily?

I have a master DB that is replicated to a slave DB through binary replication. What happens if this slave DB were to go offline for a period of time? Would it eventually catch up with the master as ...
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Bulk loading to partitioned table

I am designing a database application which will be using PostgreSQL 9.3. My question is regarding bulk loading a CSV to a partitioned table. I have done a lot of research, but I'm still unsure of ...
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Can Postgres raise warnings if joins are inconsistant with foreign keys?

Like most relational databases, PostgreSQL provides foreign keys as a means of providing referential integrity CREATE TABLE job ( id serial NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY ) CREATE TABLE jobtuning ( id ...
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How to take pg_dump of a very large postgres database?

I have a production database server running Postgres 8.4 on Cent OS 6.5.The volume of data has increased recently and within few one month database now has 18500 tables amounting to approx 350GB ...
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Simple PostgreSQL lookup table is inexplicably slow

I'm trying PostgreSQL 8.4.14 for storing triples, pieces of data of the form (String, String, String). For speed, I'm not repeatedly storing strings but rather using two tables: main table triples ...
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Performance of primary key IDs with gaps (but in sequential order)

I know that having non-sequential IDs is bad for index performance. But assuming all my IDs are created in correct order, but with large gaps: i.e: 154300000 283700000 351300000 464200000 ...will ...
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PostgreSQL 9.2 (PostGIS) performance problem

A month ago i got acquainted with PostgreSQL and only now i've noticed that some of my queries are pretty slow. Well, for example, i have table: CREATE TABLE sometable ( gid serial NOT NULL, geom ...
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PostgreSQL isn't listen on 5432 in Windows 7

I have a PostgreSQL 9.3.1 DB Server running in Windows 7 Ultimate. I have checked the file postgresql.conf and this lines are uncommented: listen_addresses="*" port=5432 And this is the ...
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PostgreSQL 9.2 tstzrange null/infinity CONSTRAINT CHECK

I'd like to limit a PostgreSQL 9.2 tstzrange to valid dates at both ends. No NULLs nor 'infinity'. Various revisions of this SQL isn't constraining '-/+infinity' input: CREATE TABLE bill ( id ...
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How to solve 'tuple concurrently updated' error?

The following query is performed concurrently by two threads logged in with two different users: WITH raw_stat AS ( SELECT host(client_addr) as client_addr, pid , usename ...
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When will PostgreSQL execute archive_command to archive wal files?

I use the following archive_command archive wal files ,suppose I have touched the file archive_active already.and I want to konw when will PostgreSQL execute archive_command to archive wal files? I ...
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What db permissions are needed for pgAgent user?

I have successfully set up pgAgent daemon (running on the same server as Postgres 9.3). I would like to restrict permissions on pgAgent. Created 'pgagent' login role, and granted it (via group role) ...
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Postgres binary replication: Standby takes a long time to start

I am using the Postgres binary replication tutorial, and have rsynced all the data files from my master to standby rsync -av --exclude pg_xlog --exclude postgresql.conf data/* ...
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Design DB for users with different information fields?

Let's say I want to register all faculty of a university and they are in different fields and have different resume information. Here we have some common fields and some field specific fields. for ...
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use function arguments or variable in postgres function

I want to set the default value for the column building and floor in my table points in the below function called test(b,f) Create or replace function test(b text, f text) returns void as $$ Begin ...
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Can't backup a Postgres database: FATAL: Peer authentication failed for user “postgres”

I can connect to my database no problem remotely, either from PHP scripts on our webserver or using PGAdmin3. Unfortunately, when I try to run pg_dump backups locally on the server itself, I get: ...
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PostgreSQL Cascade Delete not working

What am I missing here? I have two tables: CREATE TABLE source ( "sourceid" serial, "state" character varying(255) REFERENCES states (state), "leadtime" character varying(255), CONSTRAINT ...
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Many to many link tables with history? [closed]

While creating a PostgreSQL database of customer subscribed services with DNS domains, I want to: enable customers to subscribe to multiple services each service can have multiple domain names per ...
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How to completely remove EnterpriseDB Installation of Postgresql on Ubuntu?

All, I'm trying to install/run PostgreSQL 9.3, but am receiving a multitude of errors which seem to point to a failed installation of postgresql from the enterpriseDB package. For example, trying to ...
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Altering a parent table in Postgresql 8.4 breaks child table defaults

The problem: In Postgresql, if table temp_person_two inherits fromtemp_person, default column values on the child table are ignored if the parent table is altered. How to replicate: First, create ...
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How do I use window functions (“over”) together with crosstab in Postgres?

Table: application_app applied_date | applied_class | id -------------------------------+---------------+----- 2013-03-06 15:59:49.22774-05 | BOSFAL13 | 13 2013-05-12 ...
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Tree structure hierarchical query sorting

I have the following structure of table. CREATE TABLE table1 ( serial_num integer NOT NULL, parent_num integer, parent_key text, key_ary_num integer[], level integer, rank integer, ...
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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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Postgresql. Proxying queries and log them

Is there a way of logging of user queries in Postgresql than writing logs on the server side? A proxy or something like that. Pgbouncer don't logging queries, tsung-recorder log them into xml without ...
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TPS too high in PostgreSQL

I created a table: CREATE TABLE foo ( id integer primary key, bar integer NOT NULL ); and inserted one row: INSERT INTO foo (id, bar) VALUES (1, 1); and ran a pgbench of the following ...