PostgreSQL is the world’s most advanced open source object-relational database management system. It was developed by the PostgreSQL Global Development Group.
If you’re an enterprise, additional tools and capabilities are needed to run your mission-critical applications at scale. EnterpriseDB is a long-time supporter of the PostgreSQL open source project, making major feature contributions every year since 2006. We draw from our in-depth understanding of the technology to add features, capabilities and support around the PostgreSQL database in order to support enterprise applications.
Ed Boyajian was recently interviewed for the Open Source Underdogs podcast, which features leaders from companies that use open source as part of...
Bruce Momjian, PostgreSQL core team member and VP - Postgres Evangelist at EnterpriseDB, recently spoke at the Boston Postgres User Group meeting with a fascinating presentation about eight ways Postgres provides flexibility to store non-relational data.
The short answer is: it’s gone. With PostgreSQL v12, “recovery.conf” is no longer valid. Even if someone were to create a recovery.conf file manually...
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