Brief intro: I'm Josh, I work with Jesse at Zonar Systems.
Just to add what I'm interested in:
PartitioningPostGIS & GeoSpatial Performance
General Scaling Infos (Best practices, techniques, architectures)
I dig the idea of getting into the changes in 8.3. I'm sure there are quite
a few hidden gems that could make life easier for all of us.
I'm looking forward to hearing from everyone else!
On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 5:10 PM, Dave Youatt <dave(at)fyreball(dot)com> wrote:
> Yes to all of those.
> What do you think about:
> * porting from Oracle
> * Slony-I
> * pgpool-II
> Also would love to understand better the changes in 8.x and 8.3 for the
> new heap-oriented tables. We saw some surprising speedups by setting
> the FILLFACTOR to less than 100 (the default) w/8.3.3 for frequently
> updated tables.
> And would love to better understand the pg shared buffer cache, new 8.3
> bgwriter, and how to assess memory use, and which config knobs and
> buttons do what.
> On 11:59 AM, Jesse Young wrote:
> > Hello all!
> > I'm making a list of topics that interest everyone for future meetings.
> > you have a few topics please reply to the list so we can gather them up.
> > Here are a few topics I'm interested in:
> > * Performance Tuning (postgresql.conf, system level)
> > * Partitioning
> > * pl/pgsql
> > * PostGIS
> > * Replication (I can present on HA-Linx+DRBD+PostgreSQL)
> > With a list I will be able to find speakers that can present on the
> > that interest the group. If you feel you would be able to present on one
> > the topics put a comment in. Thanks,
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