On Tuesday 12 April 2011 01.02:35 Lucas Cotta wrote: Does postgre execute the queries following a execution plan tree, where the leafs are table scans, and the nodes are joins? yes, see the EXPLAIN SQL command (EXPLAIN SELECT * FROM ), it will shwo this tree.
Hi, On Wednesday 06 April 2011 20.31:38 Joshua D. Drake wrote: postgres:ssl://localhost:5432/template1/?username=jdpassword=foobarssl= true But I don't know if we want to go there. I would expect that *if* an URI syntax becomes implemented, it should support all possible options.
Heyho! On Friday 01 April 2011 02.39:25 Christopher Browne wrote: An advantage to this uri form is that it allows applications to be configured uniformly - I do not need to ask is this using libpq, needing one sort of configuration, or Java, needing another? Rather, I may say, here is a uri
[adding webmaster to cc] On Tuesday 08 March 2011 21.20:20 Andres Freund wrote: create account, ... Its linked on the mainpage: http://www.postgresql.org/community/signup Hmm. Could it be that this web form doesn't have a mail queue and thus doesn't retry to send the mail when the first
On Wednesday 09 March 2011 13.05:55 Magnus Hagander wrote: I see a graylisted email that's in the queue... I'll give it a kick, but normally you jsut have to wait... Thanks, it arrived. I'm used to wait when I enable greylisting. 4h delay is rare, though. greets -- vbi -- I liken ISPs to
Heyho! I'm poking around a bit in PostgreSQL's source for curiosity's sake. Is there a short howto on how to start / debug postgres from within the unpacked/compiled tar? Are there scripts that set up linker paths and Postgres' environment? thanks in advance -- vbi -- This statement is
Hi, On Tuesday 08 March 2011 15.39:56 Kevin Grittner wrote: http://wiki.postgresql.org/wiki/Developer_FAQ thanks If you still have questions, be sure to mention your OS. Sorry, forgot. Linux. The Basic system testing item is where I'm kinda stuck. You advise to perform run time testing
Hi, On Tuesday 08 March 2011 16.58:58 Kevin Grittner wrote: Adrian von Bidder avbid...@fortytwo.ch wrote: Or do you advise to just make install and test from there? Pretty much. Thanks for all your answers. I was just a bit confused because when I write stuff for myself I usually set
Heyho again! Now this kind of stuff is what I was after :-) On Tuesday 08 March 2011 19.04:53 Kevin Grittner wrote: That reminds me -- Greg Smith put something together which might make it easier to get started: https://github.com/gregs1104/peg/ Since you don't allow anonymous editing of