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Plan for the unexpected: install diagnostic tools on your PostgreSQL servers

There’s a lot of information out there on how to configure PostgreSQL, on the importance of backups and testing them, etc.

But what about the server you run PostgreSQL on? We tend to pay a lot less attention to tools that you won’t need unless something breaks. But it’s worth taking some time to do so now, because that’s time you won’t have when your server is down and you’re in a rush.

SQL Feature Comparison

This comparison focuses on SQL features that can be used in SQL statements or self-contained SQL scripts that don’t require additional software (e.g. a compiler) to be usable. Features for database administration or deployment are also not the focus of this comparison.

Building the DOM faster: speculative parsing, async, defer and preload

In 2017, the toolbox for making sure your web page loads fast includes everything from minification and asset optimization to caching, CDNs, code splitting and tree shaking. However, you can get big performance boosts with just a few keywords and mindful code structuring, even if you’re not yet familiar with the concepts above and you’re not sure how to get started.

How we tweaked Postgres upsert performance to be 2-3* faster than MongoDB

As we all know, relational databases are fine if you’re dealing with small amounts of data but for web-scale high performance high inserts speed and masses of queries per second, NoSQL is what you need. At least, that’s the conventional wisdom/hype surrounding NoSQL databases such as MongoDB. However as we’ve recently discovered this is very wrong indeed.

Painful Varnish mistakes

This post was initially titled “Top 6 Varnish mistakes”, to echo Espen’s blog. Even though his material is three years old, the content is still relevant. Plus, there’s a healthy colleague competition going on here, and I can’t just mimic Espen if I hope to beat him, so I had to do something different.

NULL in SQL: Indicating the Absence of Data

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Replicação: o que mudou

Detalhes das mudanças na replicação do PostgreSQL desde a versão 9.0 até a 9.6.

What the hell are Generics and would I want them in PHP?

So everyone is talking about this hip “new” kid on the block for PHP: Generics. The RFC is on the table and a lot of people are getting all excited about it, but you don’t fully see the excitement? Let’s explore what it’s all about!

The Easy Way to Setup PostgreSQL 10 Logical Replication

PostgreSQL workings in one picture

With the below illustration I attempted to capture key processes that encompass Postgres workflow. Here is a quick overview.

Speeding up Application Development with Bootstrap

Bootstrap is one of the best and most used HTML/CSS/JS front-end frameworks. Almost any web developer who has made a website or two has heard of this popular framework. It offers so many ready-made components and resources, Bootstrap can significantly speed up your application development.

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How to Measure Execution Time in Node.js

Design Pattern Workshop

Recently on the pgsql-performance mailing list, a question popped up regarding Postgres RAM usage. In this instance Pietro wondered why Postgres wasn’t using more RAM, and why his process was taking so long. There were a few insightful replies, and they’re each interesting for reasons that aren’t immediately obvious. Let’s see what is really going on here, and perhaps answer a question while we’re at it.

Ativando o Optimus NVIDIA GPU no Dell XPS 15 com Linux, mesmo na bateria

New Features Coming in PostgreSQL 10

Postgres 10 highlight – SCRAM authentication

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Dply – Serviço permite criar um servidor Linux na nuvem que fica disponível por 2 horas gratuitamente

Promise Anti-patterns

Promises are very simple once you get your head around them, but there are a few gotchas that can leave you with your head scratching. Here are a few that got me.

PG Phriday: Why Postgres

Generic HTTP Error Handling in AngularJS

Lately during development at one of our clients, Ravello Systems, we decided we wanted better HTTP error handling.

Basically, our perfect solution would have generic handlers for errors, and most calls in the code will not have to do any special work for handling errors. This means that things like authentication problems, server unavailability issues, etc. will be handled in one place — like adding a generic “something went wrong” modal.

The Fastest Method to Evaluate Tune the Performance of Any PHP Web Application Server using MySQL or PostgreSQL

In the Web development world, we often have the problem of choosing the right server to use in the production environment of a Web application.

Maybe we need to buy a new server to handle the expected load, or maybe the customer wants to deploy in an existing server.

In any case, if after deploying and running the application it will show poor performance, then we need to ask the team what we can do to make the application faster or use a better server.

Therefore we need to determine if the application is performing well. Read this article to learn how to quickly determine the performance of an application on the current server.

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Tables and indexes vs. HDD and SSD

Although in the future most database servers (particularly those handling OLTP-like workloads) will use a flash-based storage, we’re not there yet – flash storage is still considerably more expensive than traditional hard drives, and so many systems use a mix of SSD and HDD drives.

pgBackRest 1.0 Released

The first stable of release of pgBackRest introduces a new, more capable repository format, simpler configuration, and comprehensive support for backup and restore of symlinked directories and files.

Visualização de Postgres Plan Query

Uma ferramenta que pode fazer planos (EXPLAIN) simples de entender e visualmente agradável.

PG Phriday: Trusty Table Tiers

Well, there is another way to do partitioning that’s almost never mentioned. The idea is to actually utilize the base table as a storage target, and in lieu of triggers, schedule data movement during low-volume time periods. The primary benefit to this is that there’s no more trigger overhead.

Safe and unsafe operations for high volume PostgreSQL

If I run a bad command, it can lock out updates to a table for a long time. For example, if I create a new index on table, I cannot create new record in this table while that index is building. Anyone who tries to make a record in this table will block, and possibly time out, causing a partial outage. In general, I am ok with database operations taking a long time. However, any operation that locks a table for updates for more than a few seconds means downtime for me.

I decided to make a list of an operations, which can be done safe (without downtime) and usafe.

 

 

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Como instalar e configurar Oracle Database 12c

Cache de navegador com .htaccess

How To Optimize Your Site With GZIP Compression

Recursos para aprender noSQL

Como migrar um repositório de códigos Svn para Git

More AngularJS Magic to Supercharge your Webapp

Window Functions: PostgreSQL’s Best-Kept Secret

Window Functions

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Business Logic in the Database | Taming Serpents and Pachyderms

ToP 10 – Artigos sobre redes informáticas em 2011 no Pplware | Pplware

CodeYear: que tal aprender a programar em 2012?

The wonders of Any Element – Postgres OnLine Journal

Cheat Sheet : All Cheat Sheets in one page

jQuery: dicas de otimização e performance | Tableless

How DRY impacts JavaScript performance // Faster JavaScript execution for the la…

O dilema da sintaxe no HTML5 | Tableless

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[Dicas-L] Como converter a coluna de uma tabela por outro tipo no PostgreSQL 8.3 ?

Coluna: O camaleão é um fingidor? | Revista Eletrônica do Vestibular

Sua Língua » Arquivo » pessoa humana

É correto “pessoa humana”?

Ebook Search & Free Ebook Downloads – Ebookbrowse.com

Busca de e-books

Planbox – Agile Project Management tool

Gerenciamento de projetos

Progressive Enhancement versus Graceful Degradation | Boas práticas de Desenvolvimento com Padrões Web

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Download – Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference

Blog do Márcio d’Ávila » Consulta × pesquisa: características, técnicas e ferramentas

[Dicas-L] Nokia E63 – Convertendo vídeo para tocar no seu aparelho

Validação de formulários HTML com JavaScript

ÁLBUM DA COPA ATUALIZADO | Caixa PreTTa – Já leu um blog hoje?

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Encoding from AVI to MPEG format | commandlinefu.com

O mistério da porta 25: por que provedores bloqueiam o acesso?

A recomendação feita pelo Comitê Gestor da Internet (CGI.br) para bloqueio da porta 25 do protocolo TCP, usada para envio de e-mails, começa a ser seguida de forma mais ativa pelos provedores de acesso no Brasil. Desde terça-feira (5/1), o UOL tem bloqueado o envio de e-mails por essa porta de comunicação, que é considerada um dos principais meios de propagação do spam. No seu lugar, os usuários foram instruídos a adotar a porta 587, que é uma das que exigem autenticação. A porta 587 tem sido oferecida pelo UOL desde 2004.

Ikea Job Interview » CrisDias weblog

Usando o nome da rede wifi para mandar recados para os vizinhos » CrisDias weblog

E Se a Veja Fosse Publicada no Universo Star Wars? « Eu Podia Tá Matando

Color Scheme Designer 3

Esquema de cores com código HTML

Ninite Easy PC Setup – Download/Install Multiple Programs Fast

Faça um pacote dos seus programas mais usados para instalar facilmente em uma nova máquina.

Ketarin – keep your setup packages up to date

Instalação de programas a granel. É permitido até mesmo instalação offline.

Marc Fleury, fundador do JBoss, critica a campanha de Monty Widenius para “salvar” o MySQL

Monty Widenius, cuja empresa vendeu o MySQL para a Sun, há algumas semanas vem travando uma longa e ruidosa batalha para tentar convencer entidades regulatórias a de alguma forma impedir que a Oracle adquira o MySQL junto no momento em que se concretize a aquisição da Sun por ela.

Microsoft reconhece bug do Windows que existe há 17 anos | Gizmodo Brasil

sso que é procrastinação! Ou melhor, ignorância sobre uma falha básica do próprio sistema operacional por quase duas décadas: um engenheiro do Google descobriu recentemente uma vulnerabilidade no kernel 32-bit do Windows — vulnerabilidade que existe desde 1993.

[Lifehacker] Teste de velocidade de navegadores: os resultados Windows 7 | Gizmodo Brasil

Teste com Chrome, Firefox 3.6 e Firefox 3.5.4

OpenShot 1.0: editor de vídeo em código aberto