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postgresql 9.6 – Physical and logical replication slots in Postgres (at the same time)

I wonder if it is possible to have a configuration when changes from a single Postgres master are transmitted to two (or more) replicas at the same time, but do some replicas to use transmission replication (logic) and some to use physical replication? ?

So far I've only seen examples of how to use one of those, but not both at the same time.

I am currently in Postgres 9.6, but I could update it, if necessary.

Thank you!

postgresql – In Postgres 9.6, why is the GIN index not used for a JSONB column with text / int array?

In Postgres 9.6, why is not the GIN index used in my next SELECT query for a JSONB column with text / int array? How do I force the GIN index to postgres?

SET enable_seqscan to FALSE;

EXPLAIN ANALYZE SELECT * FROM WHERE int_array_cast (metadata - >> & # 39; types & # 39;) @> & # 39; {52, 53} & # 39;

EXPLICATION output

Seq Scan in articles (cost = 10000000000.00..10000000016.07 rows = 1 width = 2391) (real time = 0.073..0.117 rows = 1 loops = 1)
Filter: (int_array_cast ((metadata - >> & # 39; types & # 39; :: text)) @> & # 39; {10,14} & # 39; :: whole[])
Rows eliminated by the filter: 37
Planning time: 0.201 ms
Run time: 0.197 ms

Structure of the table

CREATE TABLE "articles" (
"item_uuid" UUid NOT NULL,
"metadata" JSONB,
PRIMARY KEY ("item_uuid")
);

int_array_cast definition of functions

CREATE OR REPLACE THE FUNCTION int_array_cast (TEXT) RETURNS INT[] 
AS
$$
SELECT CAST ($ 1 AS INT[])
$$
IMMUTABLE
SQL LANGUAGE
NULL RETURNS IN NULL ENTRY

Index created using GIN

CREATE INDEX IF THERE DOES NOT EXIST items_metadata_dok_index ON elements that use GIN (int_array_cast (metadata - >> & # 39; types & # 39;))

Sample elements in the table.

item_uuid | metadata

                1 | {"types": "{1,2}", "name": "item_name1"}
2 | {"types": "{10,11}", "name": "item_name2"}
3 | {"types": "12", "name": "item_name3"}
3 | {"name": "item_name4"}

postgresql 9.6 – Why does tsrange (& # 39; 2018-01-01 & # 39 ;, NULL) @> transaction.transacted_at use the b-tree index?

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Create table transactions
(
transacted_at TIMESTAMP
);

CREATE INDEX IF THERE IS NO EXIST_transactions_on_transacted_at
Transactions ON (transacted_at);

Then this does not use the index:

SELECT * OF transactions
WHERE tsrange (& # 39; 2018-01-01 & # 39 ;, NULL) @> transacted_at;

But this does:

SELECT * OF transactions
WHERE transacted_at> & # 39; 2018-02-01 & # 39;

I realize that I can simply deconstruct the range and make the comparison work, but I would like to know how I can use the ranges natively with an index in the transaction table.

What am I missing?

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postgresql 9.6 – what is replay_lsn in postgres statistics replication

We are trying to implement Postgres transmission replication for which I am reading the PostgreSQL transmission replication material.

So far things look good, but I'm confused about what it is replay_lsn pointer meaning

At the beginning, I assumed that the playback position is updated when the process of the primary server control point is performed. but the replay_lsn value is something that is part of the STAND server.

which is what has puzzled me, so if someone can explain me in a simple term, it would be very useful.

Postgresql 9.6 to 10 update problems

Trying to update 9.6-> 10. I have run the following

pg_createcluster 10 main
/ usr / lib / postgresql / 10 / bin / pg_upgrade -b /usr/lib/postgresql/9.6/bin/ -B / usr / lib / postgresql / 10 / bin / -d / var / lib / postgresql / 9.6 / main -D / var / lib / postgresql / 10 / main --link --check

Then I get the following

$ / usr / lib / postgresql / 10 / bin / pg_upgrade -b /usr/lib/postgresql/9.6/bin/ -B / usr / lib / postgresql / 10 / bin / -d /var/lib/postgresql/9.6/ main -D / var / lib / postgresql / 10 / main --link --check
Perform consistency checks
-----------------------------
Checking the cluster versions ok

The source group did not close cleanly.
Failure, departure

Then I run

$ /usr/lib/postgresql/9.6/bin/pg_controldata /var/lib/postgresql/9.6/main
Version number of pg_control: 960
Catalog version number: 201608131
Database system identifier: 6535965182493264871
Cluster status of the database: in production
pg_control last modified: Tue 15 Jan 2019 01:15:13 AM UTC
Last location of the checkpoint: 3B3E / B7000028
Previous location of the control point: 3B3E / B534A968
Location of REDO of the last control point: 3B3E / B7000028
REDO WAL file of the last control point: 0000000300003B3E000000B7
TimeLineID of the last control point: 3
PrevTimeLineID of the last control point: 3
The last checkpoint & # 39; s full_page_writes: in
NextXID of the last checkpoint: 1: 602032688
NextOID of the last checkpoint: 200611981
Last checkpoint & # 39; s NextMultiXactId: 25235233
The last checkpoint & # 39; s NextMultiOffset: 85418006
The oldest XID of the checkpoint: 413360196
The oldest XID database of the checkpoint: 16400
The oldest checkpointActiveXID: 0
The last oldest checkpoint Multiult: 19671822
Last oldest checkpointMulti DB: 16400
The last oldest checkpointCommitTsXid: 0
The latest most recent checkpointCommitTsXid: 0
Time of the last control point: sea. January 15, 2019 01:14:47 AM UTC
Counter of false LSN for rels without registration: 0/1
Final location of minimum recovery: 0/0
Min recovery ending the loc timeline: 0
Backup start location: 0/0
Final location of the backup: 0/0
End of backup record required: no
wal_level setting: replica
wal_log_hints setting: off
Setting max_connections: 2400
Max_worker_processes configuration: 8
Max_prepared_xacts configuration: 0
Max_locks_per_xact configuration: 64
configuration track_commit_timestamp: disabled
Maximum data alignment: 8
Database block size: 8192
Blocks per large relation segment: 131072
Block size WAL: 8192
Bytes per segment WAL: 16777216
Maximum length of the identifiers: 64
Maximum columns in an index: 32
Maximum size of a TOAST portion: 1996
Size of a piece of large object: 2048
Storage date / time type: 64-bit integers
Argument float4 passing: by value
Argument float8 happening: by value
Check sum version of the data page: 0

And I still have the same problem.

$ / usr / lib / postgresql / 10 / bin / pg_upgrade -b /usr/lib/postgresql/9.6/bin/ -B / usr / lib / postgresql / 10 / bin / -d /var/lib/postgresql/9.6/ main -D / var / lib / postgresql / 10 / main --link --check
Perform consistency checks
-----------------------------
Checking the cluster versions ok

The source group did not close cleanly.
Failure, departure

The PostgreSQL database was lost after the update from 9.3 to 9.6

After upgrading a PostgreSQL 9.3 server to version 9.6, I discovered that some references were lost during pg_upgrade. Both servers are now running on the same machine

In the old database server I have two dbA and dbB databases, the problem is that after running pg_upgrade some data is missing in the dbB tables and all the data in the dbA tables are not there, only the schema. fortunately I kept cluster 9.3 and when I run queries from that cluster, all data is there as expected.
After checking some settings, I noticed that the dbA was in another table space.

There is a way to point Cluster 9.6 to 9.3 cluster tablespace and data dir?
When I did pg_upgrade I also copied the configuration files (the reason to load the schema and some data into a new cluster)

I do not have space to do a pg_dump / pg_restore. I also tried something more direct like

/usr/pgsql-9.3/bin/pg_dump -p 5433 dbA | psql -p 5432 dbA

But I ran out of space and when I checked the size of the databases I noticed a big difference, like 40 GB to 15 GB, so I think the command is ending with an error because there is no space left.

it's possible point to an existing database file location and upload to a new cluster?

Thanks in advance!!