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answered What is the purpose of PGBouncer's parameter server_reset_query?
Nov
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answered Force PostgreSQL clients to use SSL?
Nov
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answered How can I see a query after rules have been applied?
Nov
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comment PgAdmin III - How to connect to database when password is empty?
I don't know for sure, but it's easy to imagine that PgAdmin doesn't support that.
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comment storing a mirror of IMAP/pop3 folder/inbox in a local DB, what choices are there?
Hence the suggestion to use IMAP synching.
Oct
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answered storing a mirror of IMAP/pop3 folder/inbox in a local DB, what choices are there?
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comment Unicode support of PostgreSQL and its performance
Have you read the documentation? postgresql.org/docs/current/static/multibyte.html
Oct
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answered Should I invest the time to change the column type from CHAR(36) to UUID?
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answered Is the mapping between PostgreSQL system tables and information_schema views documented?
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answered What are the pro's and con's of using PostgreSQL vs MySQL for binary data?
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comment PostgreSQL: Corrupt primary key, inconsistent table
You might want to look at the plan of the grouping query to check that it doesn't use the index.
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comment Index Generation in Postgres
The algorithms for sorting on disk and in memory are not the same, so they will use different amounts of memory. But it's actually more likely that the in-memory sort uses more memory. Still, the numbers that have been quoted are quite bizarre, so it's worth a try.
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answered Index Generation in Postgres