Solving MAX(COUNT()) problem 2 – optimizations

In previous post I’ve tried to present my solution for solving max(count()) problem.  The solution was slightly suboptimal and I’ve needed to speed it up a bit, because I’m using it now in some statistical calculations and every millisecond is important. This is original solution. CREATE VIEW data_view_source AS SELECT DISTINCT ON (dp_id) dp_id, ds_id […]

SQL timeline and statistical computations

This is simple way how-to generate time table (list of consequencing timestamps, or timeline) in PostgreSQL. Nothing spectacular, but might help you ,when trying to do some time based statistical selects (can feel like OLAP :-)). Code: CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION gen_time_list( tim IN TIMESTAMP, tim_stop IN TIMESTAMP, step IN INT) RETURNS TABLE(ts1 TIMESTAMP, ts2 […]

Solving MAX(COUNT()) problem

I’ve been solving problem of doing grouped MAX(COUNT()) in PostgreSQL, and because I’ve not found anything really usable out there (doing correlated sub-queries is definitely not good idea for thousands of records) I’ve had to find my own solution. Situation plan My configuration is a bit complicated to explain this, so i’ll try do it […]

LDAP + SASL authentification

I’ve found again, that simple things don’t get so simple in OpenSource world, and you have to do it yourself when you want something. That’s the difference, in the world of commercial software you have to, either pay big money or you never get feature you need (and mostly both ;-)) I’ve  slightly unusual and […]

Worpress-mu + WPML + SuperCache integration

Seems to be fixed in SuperCache 0.9.5. This is very simple patch for WPML plugin v1.2.1 and SuperCache plugin Download: wordpress+wpml+supercache-0.2.patch I’ve had some problems with static caching of multilingual pages on my wordpress-mu based CMS system, running both WPML and SuperCache plugin. They both work almost good out of the box, but I’ve […]