June 6, 2021 · 3 min read
Installing TimescaleDB on mac is easy. Simply install Timescale via Homebrew and you're all set up. Except you're not. If you need multiple local Timescale versions or you already have installed Postgres before, you're out of luck. There's an easier way to set up PostgreSQL with Timescale on Mac and to manage multiple versions: by using Docker.
May 9, 2021 · 3 min read
If you want to get Postgres on macOS working, you can easily use `brew install postgres`. But this way also has its drawbacks. Managing multiple versions or doing major version upgrades becomes a pain. There's an easier way to set up PostgreSQL on Mac and to manage multiple versions: installing Postgres with Docker.
June 30, 2020 · 1 min read
So, you have read of the `scratch` Docker image and tried out a `docker pull scratch`, which failed. What happened? And why?