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I work with wikisquare.de and developed Geopublisher and AtlasStyler SLD Editor. Recently I do DBA and GIS for www.empirica-systeme.de


Jun
13
revised Why won't PostgreSQL 9.3 start on Ubuntu?
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Jun
13
comment Why won't PostgreSQL 9.3 start on Ubuntu?
My PG9.3 did not start after reboot. Adding the line "unix_socket_directories='/var/run/postgresql'" to 9.3's postgresql.conf solved it. Thanks
Jun
13
suggested approved edit on Why won't PostgreSQL 9.3 start on Ubuntu?
May
29
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
18
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
30
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
6
asked Can PostgreSQL's COPY create CSV with Locale-specific number formatting?
Feb
3
comment Using Solr/Lucene for searching non-text tables?
Thanks! I just found stackoverflow.com/questions/5814050/solr-or-database with a similar answer: Use each for what it is best for.
Feb
3
revised Using Solr/Lucene for searching non-text tables?
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Feb
2
asked Using Solr/Lucene for searching non-text tables?
Oct
31
revised Do I risk losing the benefits of indexing if I have an index on every column?
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Oct
31
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Oct
31
accepted Do I risk losing the benefits of indexing if I have an index on every column?
Oct
31
comment Do I risk losing the benefits of indexing if I have an index on every column?
Yes, its more a OLAP workload. Thanks for all the considerations.
Oct
31
revised Do I risk losing the benefits of indexing if I have an index on every column?
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Oct
31
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Oct
31
asked Do I risk losing the benefits of indexing if I have an index on every column?
May
6
comment Recover from Postgres FATAL: could not open file pg_tblspc/
Thanks. Most helpful has been this (commandprompt.com/blogs/alvaro_herrera/2011/03/…) blog entry by one of these companies. And yes.. it wasn't for the "faint of heart". ;-) And still no success.
May
6
comment Recover from Postgres FATAL: could not open file pg_tblspc/
Thanks. Two of the tablespaces are RAIDs. I used one tablespace for unimportant tables on a single SSD.. because I thought that that drive could die and the important stuff is on the save RADI-backed tablespaces. I now learned the hard way, that loosing one tablespace can result in no access the whole database. :-/
May
6
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