Crunchy Bridge: Announcing Postgres Insights in Your CLI

Craig announces a suite of useful queries for Postgres in our command line tool. Quickly find cache hit ratio, table sizes, locks, long running queries, indexes, and more in the new query menu for Crunchy Bridge.

Learn Row Level Security in the Postgres Playground

Learn how to use Postgres' Row Level Security capabilities. It's a great tool for enforcing key-based partitioning in a multi-tenant world. 

Postgres Postmaster File Explained

Greg explains what is inside the postmaster file and why it matters. He also references each part of the postmaster file to the Postgres source code.

Troubleshooting Postgres in Kubernetes

Bob helps you fix some common Kubernetes installation issues. He shows you the right order of things, how to fix a missing image, and some common resource allocation errors.

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One PID to Lock Them All: Finding the Source of the Lock in Postgres

One process can lock your Postgres database, dominating all will, blocking other processes and queries. Jesse shows you how to find that one process that’s ruling them all. Once you’ve grabbed this lock and held it close to your chest, he’ll help you on your quest to cast it into the depths of Mt Doom.

psql Echo Commands

Did you know you can see all the queries psql uses when running \d+? Yeah, it's called echo, and you can see all queries for all commands.  Check out our tutorial.

JSON and SVG from PostGIS into Google Sheets

Postgres data delivered straight into Google Sheets! Walk through using pg_featureserv to create JSON and pg_svg to create accompanying SVG images directly from your database and into spreadsheets.

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Upcoming events

Crunchy Data has team members at these upcoming events:

USDA HQ Tech Expo, Washington, D.C., March 12 

Nordic PGDay, Oslo, Norway, March 12

pgDay Paris, March 14

PGDay Chicago, April 26

Red Hat Summit, Denver, May 6

PyCon US, Pittsburg, May 17

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