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Improving foreign key concurrency

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Improving foreign key concurrency
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To lock and not to block Row locking is a mechanism that lets Postgres maintain strict consistency in certain database constraints, such as foreign keys. However, Postgres has historically only provided share and exclusive row locking, which I'll show to have significant drawbacks for concurrency. To solve the concurrency problem, two new row lock types are being introduced in release 9.2: SELECT FOR KEY SHARE and SELECT FOR KEY UPDATE. In this talk I'll explain how this new locking came to be, how it works, and how it helps significantly improve concurrency in applications.
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