Performance is one of the most important and most complex tasks when managing a database. It can be affected by the configuration, the hardware or even the design of the system. By default, PostgreSQL is configured with compatibility and stability in mind, since the performance depends a lot on the hardware and on our system itself. We can have a system with a lot of data being read but the information does not change frequently. Or we can have a system that writes continuously. For this reason, it is impossible to define a default configuration that works for all types of workloads.
In this blog, we will see how one goes about analyzing the workload, or queries, that are running. We shall then review some basic configuration parameters to improve the performance of our PostgreSQL database. As we mentioned, we will see only some of the parameters. The list of PostgreSQL
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