Monthly Archives: August 2010

PostgreSQL Point-in-time Recovery (using WAL)

PostgreSQL is an opensource and free-to-use Object-Relational Database Management System (ORBMS) and is controlled by a group of developers and development companies. PostgeSQL has three modes of backup, i.e. dump, dump all and Write Ahead Log (WAL). I would not focus here on the difference between the three, but will introduce WAL of postgresql. Write […]

Tutorial Set I

As an added activity at CSRDU, we’ll be posting links to tutorials that different CSRDU members have written. These are different from ‘contributions’ to CSRDU that are edited and posted in full on our own site. Here’s the first set of tutorials that might be considered more general purpose. Many members have written tutorials that […]