- postgresql92-docs The PostgreSQL documentation set
- 9.2.24 databases
=2 9.2.24Version of this port present on the latest quarterly branch. NOTE: Slave port - quarterly revision is most likely wrong.
- DEPRECATED: PostgreSQL 9.2 support has reached End-of-line. Please upgrade to a later version.
This port expired on: 2017-04-05
- Maintainer: pgsql@FreeBSD.org
- Port Added: 2012-05-15 22:15:58
- Last Update: 2018-02-10 22:14:39
- SVN Revision: 461440
- 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.
- SVNWeb :
git : Homepage
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- This port has been deleted.
- PKGNAME: postgresql92-docs
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- Packages (timestamps in pop-ups are UTC):
- Master port: databases/postgresql92-server
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- Build dependencies:
- onsgmls : textproc/opensp
- openjade : textproc/openjade
- catalog : textproc/iso8879
- catalog : textproc/dsssl-docbook-modular
- docbook-sgml>0 : textproc/docbook-sgml
- gmake : devel/gmake
- There are no ports dependent upon this port
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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/postgresql92-server|
|10 Feb 2018 22:14:39
Removed expired postgresql92 ports.
|01 Oct 2016 13:16:04
Modify postgresql9[2-5]-docs to include postgresql96-docs/Makefile
instead of expired postgresql91-docs/Makefile
|25 Aug 2014 17:53:27
Convert pgsql ports to use USES+=pgsql
Reviewed by: bapt
|26 Feb 2014 17:24:36
Reviewed by: postgresql@
Tested by: miwi and me
|10 Oct 2013 00:09:35
- Fix pkg name collision
Reviewed by: pgsql@
With hat: pgsql@
|20 Sep 2013 16:13:49
Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
|15 May 2012 22:14:55
The PostgreSQL Global Development Group announces the beta release of
PostgreSQL 9.2, which will include major increases in performance and
both vertical and horizontal scalability. The PostgreSQL Project asks
all users to download and begin testing 9.2 Beta as soon as possible.
Major performance and scalability advances in this version include:
* Index-only scans, allowing users to avoid inefficient scans of base
* Enhanced read-only workload scaling to 64 cores and over 300,000
queries per second
* Improvements to data write speeds, including group commit
* Reductions in CPU power consumption
* Cascading replication, supporting geographically distributed standby
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