[erlang-questions] [ANN] Asynchronous PostgreSQL driver, second release

Tim Watson watson.timothy@REDACTED
Fri Feb 24 00:41:37 CET 2012

Anton, this is very cool nice work.

Have you done much benchmarking with it? I have some reasonably sized
schemas so I'll go play when I get a bit of time, but I can't publish
them externally. I've been trying to figure out a good way to get hold
of publicly available data sets in order to automate this, but just
haven't got around to it.

Anyway I will definitely go play with the ipgsql API. If someone ever
gets around to writing an EDBC API (which I've been dying to get
around to but am just too busy for) then streaming delivery of rows is
a must! :)



On 23 February 2012 13:28, Anton Lebedevich <mabrek@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hello!
> https://github.com/mabrek/epgsql
> branch named 'async'
> It's a fork of Will Glozer's epgsql.
> * Motivation
>  When you need to execute several queries it involves several network
>  round-trips between your application and database.
>  PostgreSQL frontend/backend protocol supports request pipelining.
>  It means that you don't need to wait for previous command to finish
>  before sending next command. This version of driver makes full use
>  of the protocol feature allowing faster execution.
> * Difference highlights
>  + 3 API sets: pgsql, apgsql and ipgsql:
>    pgsql maintains backwards compatibility with original driver API,
>    apgsql delivers complete results as regular erlang messages,
>    ipgsql delivers results as messages incrementally (row by row)
>  + internal queue of client requests, so you don't need to wait for
> response to send next request
>  + single process to hold driver state and receive socket data
>  + execute several prepared statements as a batch
>  + bind timestamps in erlang:now() format
>  see CHANGES for full list.
> Regards,
> Anton Lebedevich.
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