- postgresql11-client PostgreSQL database (client)
- 11.10 databases =5 11.5Version of this port present on the latest quarterly branch. NOTE: Slave port - quarterly revision is most likely wrong.
- Maintainer: pgsql@FreeBSD.org
- Port Added: 2018-10-19 21:32:27
- Last Update: 2019-08-08 16:33:03
- SVN Revision: 508390
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- License: PostgreSQL
- PostgreSQL is a sophisticated Object-Relational DBMS, supporting
almost all SQL constructs, including subselects, transactions, and
user-defined types and functions. It is the most advanced open-source
database available anywhere. Commercial Support is also available.
The original Postgres code was the effort of many graduate students,
undergraduate students, and staff programmers working under the direction of
Professor Michael Stonebraker at the University of California, Berkeley. In
1995, Andrew Yu and Jolly Chen took on the task of converting the DBMS query
language to SQL and created a new database system which came to known as
Postgres95. Many others contributed to the porting, testing, debugging and
enhancement of the Postgres95 code. As the code improved, and 1995 faded into
memory, PostgreSQL was born.
PostgreSQL development is presently being performed by a team of Internet
developers who are now responsible for all current and future development. The
development team coordinator is Marc G. Fournier (scrappy@PostgreSQL.ORG).
Support is available from the PostgreSQL developer/user community through the
support mailing list (questions@PostgreSQL.ORG).
PostgreSQL is free and the complete source is available.
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- To install the port:
cd /usr/ports/databases/postgresql11-client/ && make install clean
- To add the package:
pkg install postgresql11-client
- PKGNAME: postgresql11-client
- Flavors: there is no flavor information for this port.
- TIMESTAMP = 1605002490
SHA256 (postgresql/postgresql-11.10.tar.bz2) = 13e6d2f80662fe463bc7718cdf0de6a9ec67fc78afcc7a3ae66b9ea19bb97899
SIZE (postgresql/postgresql-11.10.tar.bz2) = 20003842
- Master port: databases/postgresql11-server
- NOTE: FreshPorts displays only information on required and default dependencies. Optional dependencies are not covered.
- Build dependencies:
- pkgconf>=1.3.0_1 : devel/pkgconf
- gmake>=4.3 : devel/gmake
- msgfmt : devel/gettext-tools
- Library dependencies:
- libreadline.so.8 : devel/readline
- libintl.so : devel/gettext-runtime
- This port is required by:
- for Build
- for Libraries
Deleted ports which required this port:
- for Run
- Configuration Options
- ===> The following configuration options are available for postgresql11-client-11.10:
DEBUG=off: Build with debugging support
DOCS=on: Build and/or install documentation
GSSAPI=off: Build with GSSAPI support
LIBEDIT=off: Use non-GPL libedit instead of readline
NLS=on: Use internationalized messages
OPTIMIZED_CFLAGS=off: Builds with compiler optimizations (-O3)
PAM=off: Build with PAM Support
SSL=on: Build with OpenSSL support
===> Use 'make config' to modify these settings
- pkgconfig tar:bzip2 cpe gmake readline gettext ssl compiler
- Master Sites:
|Notes from UPDATING
These upgrade notes are taken from /usr/ports/UPDATING|
Affects: users of databases/postgresql* and other software using PostgreSQL to run
The default version of PostgreSQL has been switched from 11 to 12.
The upgrade procedure can use up twice the space the databases
currently needs. If you have a big amount of stored data take a
closer look at the manpage of pg_upgrade for avoidance and/or
speedup of the upgrade.
The upgrade instructions consider a basic usage and do not match
complex scenarios like replication, sharding, or similar.
First stop your PostgreSQL, create PostgreSQL-binaries and backup your data.
If you have another Version of PostgreSQL installed, for example 11.9, your
files are named according to this.
# service postgresql stop
# pkg create postgresql11-server postgresql11-contrib
# mkdir /tmp/pg-upgrade
# tar xf postgresql11-server-11.9.txz -C /tmp/pg-upgrade
# tar xf postgresql11-contrib-11.9.txz -C /tmp/pg-upgrade
# pkg delete -f databases/postgresql11-server databases/postgresql11-contrib databases/postgresql11-client
Now update PostgreSQL:
# pkg install databases/postgresql12-server databases/postgresql12-contrib
# pkg upgrade
# portmaster databases/postgresql12-server databases/postgresql12-contrib
# portmaster -a
# portinstall databases/postgresql12-server databases/postgresql12-contrib
# portupgrade -a
After installing the new PostgreSQL version you need to convert
all your databases to new version:
# su -l postgres -c "/usr/local/bin/initdb --encoding=utf-8 --lc-collate=C -D /var/db/postgres/data12 -U postgres"
# su -l postgres -c "pg_upgrade -b /tmp/pg-upgrade/usr/local/bin/ -d /var/db/postgres/data11/ -B /usr/local/bin/ -D /var/db/postgres/data12/ -U postgres "
Now the migration is finished. You can start PostgreSQL again with:
# service postgresql start
1) The default user changed from "pgsql" to "postgres" in 11. The migration steps above now assume
the "postgres" database user and FreeBSD user.
2) See the updating entry 20190829 if you are updating from a release prior to 11.
3) If you use non-default initdb options, you have to adjust the initdb-command accordingly
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|Commit History - (may be incomplete: see SVNWeb link above for full details)
|This is a slave port. You may also want to view the commits to the master port: databases/postgresql11-server|
|08 Aug 2019 15:33:03
iThe PostgreSQL Global Development Group has released an update to all
supported versions of our database system, including 11.5, 10.10,
9.6.15, 9.5.19, and 9.4.24, as well as the third beta of PostgreSQL 12.
This release fixes two security issues in the PostgreSQL server, two
security issues found in one of the PostgreSQL Windows installers, and
over 40 bugs reported since the previous release.
Users should install these updates as soon as possible.
A Note on the PostgreSQL 12 Beta
In the spirit of the open source PostgreSQL community, we strongly
encourage you to test the new features of PostgreSQL 12 in your database
systems to help us eliminate any bugs or other issues that may exist.(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
|26 Jul 2019 20:46:57
Bump PORTREVISION for ports depending on the canonical version of GCC
as defined in Mk/bsd.default-versions.mk which has moved from GCC 8.3
to GCC 9.1 under most circumstances now after revision 507371.
This includes ports
- with USE_GCC=yes or USE_GCC=any,
- with USES=fortran,
- using Mk/bsd.octave.mk which in turn features USES=fortran, and
- with USES=compiler specifying openmp, nestedfct, c11, c++0x, c++11-lang,
c++11-lib, c++14-lang, c++17-lang, or gcc-c++11-lib
plus, everything INDEX-11 shows with a dependency on lang/gcc9 now.
|27 Jun 2019 21:28:00
Upgrade PostgreSQL to latest version
The PostgreSQL Global Development Group has released an update to all supported
versions of our database system, including 11.4, 10.9, 9.6.14, 9.5.18, and
9.4.23, as well as the second beta of PostgreSQL 12. This release fixes one
security issue and over 25 bugs since the previous cumulative update in May.
This release is made outside of the normal update release schedule as the
security vulnerability was determined to be critical enough to distribute the
fix as quickly as possible. Users who are running PostgreSQL 10, PostgreSQL 11,
or the PostgreSQL 12 beta should upgrade as soon as possible.
All other users should plan to apply this update at the next scheduled
Release notes: https://www.postgresql.org/about/news/1949/
|25 Apr 2019 18:34:42
Don't overwrite PORTREVISION from the slave, following readline update.
I've had to bump revision for several slaves here, but most will not
be rebuilt, except the -client slaves. Apologies for anyone having
to rebuild -clients unnecessarily, but it's not a heavy task- better safe
Reported by: Andrew Dunstan (PostgreSQL), koobs, Dmitri Goutnik
|10 Apr 2019 20:29:18
Bump PORTREVISION for devel/readline shlib change
Notified by: Dmitri Goutnik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|19 Oct 2018 21:32:08
The PostgreSQL Global Development Group today announced the release of
PostgreSQL 11, the latest version of the world's most advanced open
PostgreSQL 11 provides users with improvements to overall performance of
the database system, with specific enhancements associated with very
large databases and high computational workloads. Further, PostgreSQL 11
makes significant improvements to the table partitioning system, adds
support for stored procedures capable of transaction management,
improves query parallelism and adds parallelized data definition
capabilities, and introduces just-in-time (JIT) compilation for
accelerating the execution of expressions in queries.
"For PostgreSQL 11, our development community focused on adding features
that improve PostgreSQL's ability to manage very large databases," said(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
Number of commits found: 6
5 vulnerabilities affecting 35 ports have been reported in the past 14 days
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