Zero-downtime schema evolution for PostgreSQL
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QuantumDB

QuantumDB is a method for evolving database schemas of SQL databases, while not impeding access to SQL clients or requiring downtime. It does this by making ghost tables for every original table that's under change by user-defined changeset of schema operations. In order to ensure that every client has access to their specific version of the database they can specify on which version of the schema they're relying, and the QuantumDB driver will do all the work.

For more information, please checkout these links:

Setup dev-environment

For most development work on QuantumDB you'll want to have a database server running to test and run against. For this purpose, we'd recommend to use docker to run an instance of PostgreSQL. Here's how to get started:

docker run --name postgres -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=postgres -p 5432:5432 -d postgres

You should now be able to access PostgreSQL on port 5432 on localhost. Also note that puppet-librarian managed modules should be excluded from Git file tracking. Only self-made modules should be tracked by Git.