PostgreSQL 14 Administration

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First Steps

1
PSQL – Introducing PostgreSQL 14
2
PSQL – How to get PostgreSQL
3
PSQL – Connecting to the PostgreSQL server
4
PSQL – Enabling access for network/remote users
5
PSQL – Using the pgAdmin4 GUI tool
6
PSQL – Using the OmniDB GUI tool
7
PSQL – Using the psql query and scripting tool
8
PSQL – Changing your password securely
9
PSQL – Avoiding hardcoding your password
10
PSQL – Using a connection service file
11
PSQL – Troubleshooting a failed connection
12
PSQL – PostgreSQL in the cloud

Exploring the Database

1
PSQL – What type of server is this?
2
PSQL – What version is the server?
3
PSQL – What is the server uptime?
4
PSQL – Locating the database server files
5
PSQL – Locating the database server’s message log
6
PSQL – Locating the database’s system identifier
7
PSQL – Listing databases on the database server
8
PSQL – How many tables are there in a database?
9
PSQL – How much disk space does a database use?
10
PSQL – How much disk space does a table use?
11
PSQL – Which are my biggest tables?
12
PSQL – How many rows are there in a table?
13
PSQL – Quickly estimating the number of rows in a table
14
PSQL – Listing extensions in this database
15
PSQL – Understanding object dependencies

Server Configuration

1
PSQL – RTFM
2
PSQL – Planning a new database
3
PSQL – Setting configuration parameters for the database server
4
PSQL – Setting configuration parameters in your programs
5
PSQL – Finding the configuration settings for your session
6
PSQL – Finding parameters with non-default settings
7
PSQL – Setting parameters for particular groups of users
8
PSQL – A basic server configuration checklist
9
PSQL – Adding an external module to PostgreSQL
10
PSQL – Using an installed module/extension
11
PSQL – Managing installed extensions

Server Control

1
PSQL – Overview of controlling the database server
2
PSQL – Starting the database server manually
3
PSQL – Stopping the server safely and quickly
4
PSQL – Stopping the server in an emergency
5
PSQL – Reloading the server configuration files
6
PSQL – Restarting the server quickly
7
PSQL – Preventing new connections
8
PSQL – Restricting users to only one session each
9
PSQL – Pushing users off the system
10
PSQL – Deciding on a design for multitenancy
11
PSQL – Using multiple schemas
12
PSQL – Giving users their own private databases
13
PSQL – Running multiple servers on one system
14
PSQL – Setting up a connection pool
15
PSQL – Accessing multiple servers using the same host and port

Tables and Data

1
PSQL – Choosing good names for database objects
2
PSQL – Handling objects with quoted names
3
PSQL – Enforcing the same name and definition for columns
4
PSQL – Identifying and removing duplicates
5
PSQL – Preventing duplicate rows
6
PSQL – Finding a unique key for a set of data
7
PSQL – Generating test data
8
PSQL – Randomly sampling data
9
PSQL – Loading data from a spreadsheet
10
PSQL – Loading data from flat files
11
PSQL – Making bulk data changes using server-side procedures with transactions

Security

1
PSQL – Overview of PostgreSQL security
2
PSQL – The PostgreSQL superuser
3
PSQL – Revoking user access to a table
4
PSQL – Granting user access to a table
5
PSQL – Granting user access to specific columns
6
PSQL – Granting user access to specific rows
7
PSQL – Creating a new user
8
PSQL – Temporarily preventing a user from connecting
9
PSQL – Removing a user without dropping their data
10
PSQL – Checking whether all users have a secure password
11
PSQL – Giving limited superuser powers to specific users
12
PSQL – Auditing database access
13
PSQL – Always knowing which user is logged in
14
PSQL – Integrating with LDAP
15
PSQL – Connecting using encryption (SSL/GSSAPI)
16
PSQL – Using SSL certificates to authenticate
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PSQL – Mapping external usernames to database roles
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PSQL – Using column-level encryption
19
PSQL – Setting up cloud security using predefined roles

Database Administration

1
PSQL – Writing a script that either succeeds entirely or fails entirely
2
PSQL – Writing a psql script that exits on the first error
3
PSQL – Using psql variables
4
PSQL – Placing query output into psql variables
5
PSQL – Writing a conditional psql script
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PSQL- Investigating a psql error
7
PSQL – Setting the psql prompt with useful information
8
PSQL – Using pgAdmin for DBA tasks
9
PSQL – Scheduling jobs for regular background execution
10
PSQL – Performing actions on many tables
11
PSQL – Adding/removing columns on a table
12
PSQL – Changing the data type of a column
13
PSQL – Changing the definition of an enum data type
14
PSQL – Adding a constraint concurrently
15
PSQL – Adding/removing schemas
16
PSQL – Moving objects between schemas
17
PSQL – Adding/removing tablespaces
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PSQL – Moving objects between tablespaces
19
PSQL – Accessing objects in other PostgreSQL databases
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PSQL – Accessing objects in other foreign databases
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PSQL – Making views updatable
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PSQL- Using GENERATED data columns
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PSQL – Using data compression

Monitoring and Diagnosis

1
PSQL – Overview of PostgreSQL monitoring
2
PSQL – Cloud-native monitoring
3
PSQL – Providing PostgreSQL information to monitoring tools
4
PSQL – Real-time viewing using pgAdmin
5
PSQL – Checking whether a user is connected
6
PSQL- Checking whether a computer is connected
7
PSQL – Repeatedly executing a query in psql
8
PSQL – Checking which queries are running
9
PSQL – Monitoring the progress of commands
10
PSQL – Checking which queries are active or blocked
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PSQL – Knowing who is blocking a query
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PSQL – Killing a specific session
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PSQL – Detecting an in-doubt prepared transaction
14
PSQL – Knowing whether anybody is using a specific table
15
PSQL – Knowing when a table was last used
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PSQL – Usage of disk space by temporary data
17
PSQL – Understanding why queries slow down
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PSQL – Analyzing the real-time performance of your queries
19
PSQL – Investigating and reporting a bug

Regular Maintenance

1
PSQL – Controlling automatic database maintenance
2
PSQL – Avoiding auto-freezing and page corruptions
3
PSQL – Removing issues that cause bloat
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PSQL – Removing old prepared transactions
5
PSQL – Actions for heavy users of temporary tables
6
PSQL – Identifying and fixing bloated tables and indexes
7
PSQL – Monitoring and tuning a vacuum
8
PSQL – Maintaining indexes
9
PSQL – Finding unused indexes
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PSQL – Carefully removing unwanted indexes
11
PSQL – Planning maintenance

Performance and Concurrency

1
PSQL – Finding slow SQL statements
2
PSQL – Finding out what makes SQL slow
3
PSQL – Reducing the number of rows returned
4
PSQL – Simplifying complex SQL queries
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PSQL – Speeding up queries without rewriting them
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PSQL – Discovering why a query is not using an index
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PSQL – Forcing a query to use an index
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PSQL – Using parallel query
9
PSQL – Creating time-series tables using partitioning
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PSQL – Using optimistic locking to avoid long lock waits
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PSQL – Reporting performance problems

Backup and Recovery

1
PSQL – Understanding and controlling crash recovery
2
PSQL – Planning your backups
3
PSQL – Hot logical backups of one database
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PSQL – Hot logical backups of all databases
5
PSQL – Backups of database object definitions
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PSQL – A standalone hot physical backup
7
PSQL – Hot physical backups with Barman
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PSQL – Recovery of all databases
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PSQL – Recovery to a point in time
10
PSQL – Recovery of a dropped/damaged table
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PSQL – Recovery of a dropped/damaged database
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PSQL – Extracting a logical backup from a physical one
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PSQL – Improving performance of logical backup/recovery
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PSQL – Improving performance of physical backup/recovery
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PSQL – Validating backups

Replication and Upgrades

1
PSQL – Replication concepts
2
PSQL – Replication best practices
3
PSQL – Setting up streaming replication
4
PSQL – Setting up streaming replication security
5
PSQL – Hot Standby and read scalability
6
PSQL – Managing streaming replication
7
PSQL – Using repmgr
8
PSQL – Using replication slots
9
PSQL – Monitoring replication
10
PSQL – Performance and sync rep
11
PSQL – Delaying, pausing, and synchronizing replication
12
PSQL – Logical replication
13
PSQL – BDR
14
PSQL – Archiving transaction log data
15
PSQL – Upgrading minor releases
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PSQL – Major upgrades in-place
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PSQL – Major upgrades online
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