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Fri, 15 Feb 2019
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The PostgreSQL Global Development Group has released an update to all
supported versions of our database system, including 11.2, 10.7, 9.6.12,
9.5.16, and 9.4.21. This release changes the behavior in how PostgreSQL
interfaces with `fsync()` and includes fixes for partitioning and over
70 other bugs that were reported over the past three months.
Users should plan to apply this update at the next scheduled downtime.
FreeBSD port adds OPTIONS knob to support LLVM JIT. 
Highlight: Change in behavior with fsync()
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Thu, 8 Nov 2018
[ 23:21 girgen ] |
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Posted on 2018-11-08 by PostgreSQL Global Development Group The PostgreSQL
Global Development Group has released an update to all supported versions of
our database system, including 11.1, 10.6, 9.6.11, 9.5.15, 9.4.20, and 9.3.25.
This release fixes one security issue as well as bugs reported over the last
All users using the affected versions of PostgreSQL should update as soon as
possible. Please see the notes on "Updating" below for any post-update steps
that may be required if you are using pg_stat_statements in your installation.
This update is also the final release for PostgreSQL 9.3, which is now
end-of-life and will no longer receive any bug or security fixes. If your
environment still uses PostgreSQL 9.3, please make plans to update to a
community supported version as soon as possible. Please see our versioning
policy for more information.
Fri, 19 Oct 2018
[ 21:32 girgen ] |
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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 )
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11 vulnerabilities affecting 132 ports have been reported in the past 14 days
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