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I'm not sure whether it's in scope of x/perf/storage package to support environments other than what's needed for Go's own needs at perfdata.golang.org. There isn't an owner entry for this package, so I'm not sure if someone would have bandwidth to maintain it otherwise.
The use case is to track benchmark data for projects that are not open sourced and where we don't want to expose the content of benchmark results. I was hoping to just start up a local instance of perf.golang.org.
It looks like the goal of #48803 is pretty much exactly what I'm trying to accomplish. Is that going to replace perf.golang.org or be an additional tool?
Cleaning open tabs, noticed this, do you have a change-for-postgres already written, and available to look at? I do worry that we might break it, but if it's not large, maybe? I ask because I've messed with postgres in the past, had reason to use it recently in another context.
Oh dear. Thanks for that work, that makes me grumpy at the sql driver authors, some expect ?, ?, ? and others expect $1, $2, $3. Are you using pgx? I wonder if they would accept an "extension" along those lines.
It might be interesting to get rid of gratuitous incompatibilities, do the BIGINTs really need to be nonstandardly UNSIGNED?