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PostgreSQL 9.2 RC1 Available for Testing

From: Josh Berkus <josh(at)postgresql(dot)org>
To: pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: PostgreSQL 9.2 RC1 Available for Testing
Date: 2012-08-27 15:14:05
Message-ID: 503B8EBD.5050605@postgresql.org (view raw or flat)
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The PostgreSQL Global Development Group announces the first Release
Candidate for PostgreSQL 9.2, which will include major increases in
performance and both vertical and horizontal scalability.  All
outstanding issues should be fixed in this release candidate.  Users
should download and test PostgreSQL 9.2rc1 as soon as possible to ensure
that the 9.2 final release is bug-free.

9.2rc1 includes multiple bug fixes to earlier beta releases, fixing all
known outstanding issues as of last week.  Among them are:

* Multiple documentation updates
* Apply translation updates
* Fix to cascading privilege REVOKE
* Prevent circular logic in pg_dump of security barrier views
* Fix bugs in pg_trgm
* Fix GiST build failure
* Disallow extensions from owning their own schema

If you previously tested any 9.2 beta and found one or more bugs, please
test 9.2rc1 and make sure that those issues are resolved.  If you
haven't yet tested 9.2, please help out the PostgreSQL project by
testing it now!  More information on how to test and report issues is on
the Beta Page.(http://www.postgresql.org/developer/beta)

Get PostgreSQL 9.2 beta, including binaries and installers for Windows,
Linux and Mac from our download page.(http://www.postgresql.org/download)

Full documentation of the new version is available online
(http://www.postgresql.org/docs/devel/static/index.html), and also
installs with PostgreSQL.


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