The PostgreSQL Global Development Group provided an out-of-cycle update release for all supported to provide a fix for the CVE-2019-10164 vulnerability. This vulnerability only affects people running PostgreSQL 10, 11 or the 12 beta, and it is effectively remediated by simply upgrading all of your PostgreSQL installations to the latest versions.
pgBackRest is an open source disaster recovery manager that provides powerful backup and restore options that scale to very large data sets. Learn how to use the Crunchy PostgreSQL Operator to perform a point-in-time recovery (PITR) with pgBackRest.
Crunchy Data recently announced an update to the CIS PostgreSQL Benchmark for PostgreSQL 10. This newly published CIS PostgreSQL 10 Benchmark joins the existing CIS Benchmarks for PostgreSQL 9.5 and 9.6 while building on our efforts with the PostgreSQL Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG).
One of the most important things to using PostgreSQL successfully in your development and production environments is simply getting started! One of the most popular ways to install PostgreSQL is by using RPM packages. This guide demonstrates how you can get PostgreSQL up and running with RPMs!
PostgreSQL provides a many authentications methods to allow you to pick the one that makes the most sense for your environment. This guide will show you how to use your Windows Active Directory to authenticate to PostgreSQL via GSSAPI Kerberos authentication.
Disaster recovery and backup tools like pgBackRest help ensure the high-availability of PostgreSQL, but there are cases where you do not want run them on your primary, such as due to I/O constraints or archiving a replica in another data center. This guide shows how to run pgBackRest with a replica.
A PostgreSQL block range index, or BRIN, can help you to significantly reduce the amount of disk space required for high performance queries on big data.
WITH queries, aka common table expressions, aka CTEs, are a very powerful but often misused feature in PostgreSQL. The upcoming PostgreSQL 12 introduces the ability to inline WITH queries with can provide a huge performance optimization to how developers use CTEs.
Your PostgreSQL data model directly affects how much data is stored on disk. Additionally, your ingest rate and retention could affect whether you require 10TB or 100TB of storage! This deep dive can help you save orders of magnitude of disk space before using sharding or other distributed models.
Learn how to prevent transaction ID wraparound in PostgreSQL through some simple monitoring and prevent TXID wraparound from ever becoming a problem!
A guide to building an active-active PostgreSQL cluster to help meet high-availability requirements of keeping your PostgreSQL database always up and available
The latest release of the Crunchy PostgreSQL Operator brings significant improvements to the high-availability and disaster recovery features needed to run PostgreSQL in large-scale, production enterprise environments.
A solid disaster recovery plan for your PostgreSQL clusters combined with pgBackRest and the Crunchy PostgreSQL Operator will help you manage your backups across thousands of PostgreSQL instances with only a few commands.
For most major upgrades using a utility such as pg_upgrade or a replication tool such as pglogical will be the best solution. However if these options are not available, pg_dumpall can be used to safely perform a major upgrade of your PostgreSQL database.