PostgreSQL Hackers mailing lists,
Andrew Dunstan just proposed some
new options for
pg_restore to ease our lives. One of the
answers was talking about some scripts available to exploit the
listing that you play with using options
-L, or the long name
pg_staging tool allows you to easily
exploit those lists too.
You can find skytools3 in debian experimental already, it's in release candidate status. What's missing is the documentation, so here's an idea: I'm going to make a blog post series about skytools next features, how to use them, what they are good for, etc. This first article of the series will just list what are those new features.
From the first days of el-get is was quite clear for me that we would reach a point where users would want a nice listing including descriptions of the packages, and a major mode allowing you to select packages to install, remove and update. It was also quite clear that I was not much interested into doing it myself, even if I would appreciate having it done.
Emacs we get to manage a larger and larger setup file (either
~/.emacs.d/init.el), sometime with lots of dependencies, and some
sub-files thanks to the
load function or the
Back to our series about pgloader. The previous articles detailed How To Use PgLoader then How to Setup pgloader, then what to expect from a parallel pgloader setup. This article will detail how to reformat input columns so that what PostgreSQL sees is not what's in the data file, but the result of a transformation from this data into something acceptable as an input for the target data type.