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|04 Jun 2012 11:00:52
The PostgreSQL Global Development Group today released security updates for all
active branches of the PostgreSQL database system, including versions 9.1.4,
9.0.8, 8.4.12 and 8.3.19.
Users of the crypt(text, text) function with DES encryption in the optional
pg_crypto module should upgrade their installations immediately, if you have'nt
already updated since the port was patched on May 30. All other database
administrators are urged to upgrade your version of PostgreSQL at the
next scheduled downtime.
Fix incorrect password transformation in contrib/pgcryptoâs DES
This was fixed in a patch release for the FreeBSD ports on May 30.
Ignore SECURITY DEFINER and SET attributes for a procedural
languageâs call handle
|28 Feb 2012 21:37:40
|25 Jan 2012 21:12:33
- To preserve my sanity, slave 82 and 83 to 84, and 90 to 91, resulting in
three fewer Makefiles to maintain
- Switch patch master site
- Various cleanups
|18 Oct 2011 09:03:33
The PostgreSQL Global Development Group today released minor version updates
for all active branches of the PostgreSQL object-relational database system,
including versions 9.1.1, 9.0.5, 8.4.9, 8.3.16 and 8.2.22.
All users are strongly urged to update their installations at the next
Cleanup ports. Better handling of the knob PG_USER.
Also add uuid to 9.0 and 9.1 contrib ports.
|02 May 2011 21:37:31
Fix a problem with creating the postgresql user when using a package.
|31 Dec 2010 09:57:21
- Update to 9.0.2
- Unify ICU handling
Approved by: maintainer (timeout)
|26 Oct 2010 12:34:27
Make postgresql90-client depend on libxml. Technically it does not depend on
only postgresql90-server does, but since we don't want two different pg_config
one for client and one for server, I'm bringing the libxml dependency on board
I can find out a better way to solve this.
|07 Oct 2010 06:58:10
Update all PostgreSQL ports to latest versions.
Also, try to break the previous 1:1 relation between FreeBSD system and
PostgreSQL versions installed. Use different PREFIX:es to install
different versions on the same system.
PR: ports/132402, ports/145002, ports/146657
|20 Sep 2010 13:46:47
PostgreSQL 9.0 is here! The PostgreSQL Global Development Group
announces the availability of our most eagerly awaited release.
PostgreSQL 9.0 includes built-in, binary replication, and over a dozen
other major features which will appeal to everyone from web developers
to database hackers.
9.0 includes more major features than any release before it, including:
* Hot standby
* Streaming replication
* In-place upgrades
* 64-bit Windows builds
* Easy mass permissions management
* Anonymous blocks and named parameter calls for stored procedures
* New windowing functions and ordered aggregates
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