Linux tuning for PostgreSQL at Secon'2015

Slides from Secon'2015 - Software Developers Conference. Penza, 

The database is an essential element of any project. The database must be stable and provide good performance. If you plan to use PostgreSQL in your project, you will run into question the choice of operating system. Linux is one of the most popular operating system today. The combination of flexibility and stability makes Linux a good candidate as a platform for PostgreSQL. However, the default settings are suitable for a wide range of workloads. In this report, I will talk about what settings should pay attention and how they affect the performance of PostgreSQL. Which of these settings are more important, and what - no. How do the PostgreSQL more predictable and stable under normal circumstances or in cases of increasing load.

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