13 Articles tagged “9.1”

So I had two bug reports about prefix in less than a week. It means several things, one of them is that my code is getting used in the wild, which is nice. The other side of the coin is that people do find bugs in there. This one is about the behavior of the btree opclass of the type prefix range. We cheat a lot there by simply having written one, because a range does not have a strict ordering: is [1-3] before of after [2-4]?

So there it is, this newer contribution of mine that I presented at PGDay is now in debian NEW queue. pg_staging will empower you with respect to what you do about those nightly backups ( pg_dump -Fc or something). The tool provides a lot of commands to either dump or restore a database. It comes with documentation covering about it all, except for the londiste support part, which will be there in time for 1.

Dimitri Fontaine

PostgreSQL Major Contributor

Open Source Software Engineer