On 2017-01-26 19:01:54 -0500, Stephen Frost wrote: > Andres, > > * Andres Freund (and...@anarazel.de) wrote: > > I hear these complaints about postgres most frequently: 1) replication > > sucks. 2) way too slow on analytics queries. 3) existing admin tools > > suck. 4) self written admin tools (required due to 3)) constantly break. > > > > There's a lot being done on 1) and 2). There's very little in-core > > progress about 3). We're getting worse on 4). > > I certainly hear some of these complaints also, and I'd love it if '3' > were something that the project was focused on, but, well, I really > don't see pgAdmin ever being in core, and 99% of the time that I'm > talking to end users, that's really what they're looking for (or, well, > something like it). I don't recall, off-hand at least, ever running > into a user complaining that their pgAdmin-like admin tool broke.
For me it's it's not a pgadmin alike (or rather a more featureful version) that's breaking the camel's back. By far the biggest one I hear is auto-HA. There's no in-core support, and pretty much all of the stuff out there is immature as hell. And even if it weren't people for good reason don't trust such core aspects to $random_project. Good, easy to set up, monitoring is another thing - and I don't thing check_postgres is a significant portion of that, it doesn't have much in the way of guidelines, and actually pointing people to where problems are. Greetings, Andres Freund -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers