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Port details
postgresql11-docs The PostgreSQL documentation set
11.22 databases Deleted on this many watch lists=0 search for ports that depend on this port Find issues related to this port Report an issue related to this port View this port on Repology. pkg-fallout 11.20Version of this port present on the latest quarterly branch.
Deprecated DEPRECATED: PostgreSQL-11 will reach end-of-life on 2023-11-09
Expired This port expired on: 2023-12-31
Maintainer: pgsql@FreeBSD.org search for ports maintained by this maintainer
Port Added: 2018-10-19 21:32:27
Last Update: 2023-12-31 00:06:40
Commit Hash: bbd8259
License: PostgreSQL
WWW:
https://www.postgresql.org/
Description:
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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Manual pages:
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  1. /usr/local/share/licenses/postgresql11-docs-11.22/catalog.mk
  2. /usr/local/share/licenses/postgresql11-docs-11.22/LICENSE
  3. /usr/local/share/licenses/postgresql11-docs-11.22/PostgreSQL
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Dependency lines:
  • postgresql11-docs>0:databases/postgresql11-docs
Conflicts:
CONFLICTS:
  • postgresql1[^1]*
Conflicts Matches:
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PKGNAME: postgresql11-docs
Flavors: there is no flavor information for this port.
distinfo:
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Master port: databases/postgresql11-server
Dependencies
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Build dependencies:
  1. onsgmls : textproc/opensp
  2. openjade : textproc/openjade
  3. catalog : textproc/iso8879
  4. catalog : textproc/dsssl-docbook-modular
  5. docbook-sgml>0 : textproc/docbook-sgml
  6. gmake>=4.3 : devel/gmake
There are no ports dependent upon this port

Configuration Options:
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  1. https://ftp.postgresql.org/pub/source/v11.22/
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Notes from UPDATING
These upgrade notes are taken from /usr/ports/UPDATING
  • 2023-09-08
    Affects: users of databases/postgresql* and other software using PostgreSQL to run
    Author: kbowling@FreeBSD.org
    Reason: 
      The default version of PostgreSQL has been switched from 13 to 15.
      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.
    
      Upgrade instructions:
    
      First stop your PostgreSQL, create PostgreSQL-binaries and backup your data.
      If you have another Version of PostgreSQL installed, for example 13, your
      files are named according to this.
    
      # service postgresql stop
      # pkg create postgresql13-server postgresql13-contrib
      # mkdir /tmp/pg-upgrade
      # tar xf postgresql13-server-13.12.pkg -C /tmp/pg-upgrade
      # tar xf postgresql13-contrib-13.12.pkg -C /tmp/pg-upgrade
      # pkg delete -f databases/postgresql13-server databases/postgresql13-contrib databases/postgresql13-client
    
      Now update PostgreSQL:
    
        pkg user:
        # pkg install databases/postgresql15-server databases/postgresql15-contrib
        # pkg upgrade
    
        Portmaster users:
        # portmaster databases/postgresql15-server databases/postgresql15-contrib
        # portmaster -a
    
        Portupgrade users:
        # portinstall databases/postgresql15-server databases/postgresql15-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/data15 -U postgres"
      # su -l postgres -c "pg_upgrade -b /tmp/pg-upgrade/usr/local/bin/ -d /var/db/postgres/data13/ -B /usr/local/bin/ -D /var/db/postgres/data15/ -U postgres "
    
      Now the migration is finished. You can start PostgreSQL again with:
    
      # service postgresql start
    
      ATTENTION:
      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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  • 2021-10-24
    Affects: users of databases/postgresql* and other software using PostgreSQL to run
    Author: kbowling@FreeBSD.org
    Reason: 
      The default version of PostgreSQL has been switched from 12 to 13.
      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.
    
      Upgrade instructions:
    
      First stop your PostgreSQL, create PostgreSQL-binaries and backup your data.
      If you have another Version of PostgreSQL installed, for example 12.8, your
      files are named according to this.
    
      # service postgresql stop
      # pkg create postgresql12-server postgresql12-contrib
      # mkdir /tmp/pg-upgrade
      # tar xf postgresql12-server-12.8.pkg -C /tmp/pg-upgrade
      # tar xf postgresql12-contrib-12.8.pkg -C /tmp/pg-upgrade
      # pkg delete -f databases/postgresql12-server databases/postgresql12-contrib databases/postgresql12-client
    
      Now update PostgreSQL:
    
        pkg user:
        # pkg install databases/postgresql13-server databases/postgresql13-contrib
        # pkg upgrade
    
        Portmaster users:
        # portmaster databases/postgresql13-server databases/postgresql13-contrib
        # portmaster -a
    
        Portupgrade users:
        # portinstall databases/postgresql13-server databases/postgresql13-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/data13 -U postgres"
      # su -l postgres -c "pg_upgrade -b /tmp/pg-upgrade/usr/local/bin/ -d /var/db/postgres/data12/ -B /usr/local/bin/ -D /var/db/postgres/data13/ -U postgres "
    
      Now the migration is finished. You can start PostgreSQL again with:
    
      # service postgresql start
    
      ATTENTION:
      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
    
    
  • 2020-09-21
    Affects: users of databases/postgresql* and other software using PostgreSQL to run
    Author: kbowling@FreeBSD.org
    Reason: 
      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.
    
      Upgrade instructions:
    
      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 user:
        # pkg install databases/postgresql12-server databases/postgresql12-contrib
        # pkg upgrade
    
        Portmaster users:
        # portmaster databases/postgresql12-server databases/postgresql12-contrib
        # portmaster -a
    
        Portupgrade users:
        # 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
    
      ATTENTION:
      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
    
    
  • 2019-08-29
    Affects: users of databases/postgresql* and other software using PostgreSQL to run
    Author: tz@FreeBSD.org
    Reason: 
      The default version of PostgreSQL has been switched from 9.5 to 11.
      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.
    
      Upgrade instructions:
    
      First stop your PostgreSQL, create PostgreSQL-binaries and backup your data.
      If you have another Version of PostgreSQL installed, for example 9.5.19, your
      files are named according to this.
    
      # service postgresql stop
      # pkg create postgresql95-server postgresql95-contrib
      # mkdir /tmp/pg-upgrade
      # tar xf postgresql95-server-9.5.19.txz -C /tmp/pg-upgrade
      # tar xf postgresql95-contrib-9.5.19.txz -C /tmp/pg-upgrade
      # pkg delete -f databases/postgresql95-server databases/postgresql95-contrib databases/postgresql95-client
    
      Now update PostgreSQL:
    
        pkg user:
        # pkg install databases/postgresql11-server databases/postgresql11-contrib
        # pkg upgrade
    
        Portmaster users:
        # portmaster databases/postgresql11-server databases/postgresql11-contrib
        # portmaster -a
    
        Portupgrade users:
        # portinstall databases/postgresql11-server databases/postgresql11-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/data11 -U pgsql"
      # chown -R postgres /usr/local/pgsql/data/
      # su -l postgres -c "pg_upgrade -b /tmp/pg-upgrade/usr/local/bin/ -d /usr/local/pgsql/data/ -B /usr/local/bin/ -D /var/db/postgres/data11/ -U pgsql "
    
      Now the migration is finished. You can start PostgreSQL again with:
    
      # service postgresql start
    
      ATTENTION:
      1) The default user changed from "pgsql" to "postgres". The migration steps above preserve
         the "pgsql" database user while the database daemon is now executed as the "postgres" FreeBSD user.
      2) The default data dir changed from "/usr/local/pgsql/data/" to "/var/db/postgres/data11/"
      3) If you use non-default initdb options, you have to adjust the initdb-command accordingly
    
    
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Port Moves

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11.22
31 Dec 2023 00:06:40
commit hash: bbd8259de39f261bcd44716957c77536b3648bd6commit hash: bbd8259de39f261bcd44716957c77536b3648bd6commit hash: bbd8259de39f261bcd44716957c77536b3648bd6commit hash: bbd8259de39f261bcd44716957c77536b3648bd6 files touched by this commit
Muhammad Moinur Rahman (bofh) search for other commits by this committer
databases/postgresql11: Sunset
11.20
05 Jul 2023 14:11:39
commit hash: 4ee225f90aa3f81a418859086a0bca660f44e7efcommit hash: 4ee225f90aa3f81a418859086a0bca660f44e7efcommit hash: 4ee225f90aa3f81a418859086a0bca660f44e7efcommit hash: 4ee225f90aa3f81a418859086a0bca660f44e7ef files touched by this commit
Palle Girgensohn (girgen) search for other commits by this committer
databases/postgresql16-*: Introduce postgresql16 beta 1

URL:	https://www.postgresql.org/about/news/postgresql-16-beta-1-released-2643/
Release notes:	https://www.postgresql.org/docs/16/release-16.html
11.16
20 Jul 2022 14:21:07
commit hash: d076ad94e206dda108061fe99ddb860d93cc6d16commit hash: d076ad94e206dda108061fe99ddb860d93cc6d16commit hash: d076ad94e206dda108061fe99ddb860d93cc6d16commit hash: d076ad94e206dda108061fe99ddb860d93cc6d16 files touched by this commit
Tobias C. Berner (tcberner) search for other commits by this committer
databases: remove 'Created by' lines

A big Thank You to the original contributors of these ports:

  *  "Choe, Cheng-Dae" whitekid
  *  "Mahdi Mokhtari <mokhi64@gmail.com>"
  *  "Meikel Brandmeyer" <ocaml-sqlite3-port@kotka.de>
  *  <hvo.pm@xs4all.nl>
  *  <jsmith@resonatingmedia.com>
  *  <ports@c0decafe.net>
  *  Aaron Dalton <aaron@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Adam Weinberger <adamw@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Ade Lovett <ade@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Akinori MUSHA aka knu <knu@idaemons.org>
  *  Alan Snelson <Alan@Wave2.org>
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11.12
20 May 2021 14:38:55
commit hash: fccc45e5ff4a8aea150005196c0d4f2cbaeed5dbcommit hash: fccc45e5ff4a8aea150005196c0d4f2cbaeed5dbcommit hash: fccc45e5ff4a8aea150005196c0d4f2cbaeed5dbcommit hash: fccc45e5ff4a8aea150005196c0d4f2cbaeed5db files touched by this commit
Palle Girgensohn (girgen) search for other commits by this committer
databases/postgresql14-*: Add postgresql 14 beta1 the the ports tree.

Release notes:	https://www.postgresql.org/docs/devel/release-14.html

Also reintroduce parallel builds. Some components, namely plperl,
plpython, pltcl and contrib, fail to build properly when using parallel
builds. Something with static linking using `ar` that fails.
MAKE_JOBS_UNSAFE is set for these ports.
11.11
06 Apr 2021 14:31:07
commit hash: 305f148f482daf30dcf728039d03d019f88344ebcommit hash: 305f148f482daf30dcf728039d03d019f88344ebcommit hash: 305f148f482daf30dcf728039d03d019f88344ebcommit hash: 305f148f482daf30dcf728039d03d019f88344eb files touched by this commit
Mathieu Arnold (mat) search for other commits by this committer
Remove # $FreeBSD$ from Makefiles.
11.9
24 Sep 2020 13:33:10
Revision:549921Original commit files touched by this commit
girgen search for other commits by this committer
Welcome PostgreSQL 13

Release notes:	https://www.postgresql.org/about/news/2077/
11.5
08 Aug 2019 15:33:03
Revision:508390Original commit files touched by this commit
girgen search for other commits by this committer
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.
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11.0
19 Oct 2018 21:32:08
Revision:482456Original commit files touched by this commit
girgen search for other commits by this committer
The PostgreSQL Global Development Group today announced the release of
PostgreSQL 11, the latest version of the world's most advanced open
source database.

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
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