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2018-05-10 - PostgreSQL 10.4 Released! The PostgreSQL Global Development Group has released an update to all supported versions of our database system, including 10.4, 9.6.9, 9.5.13, 9.4.18, and 9.3.23.

  • 10.4 · 2018-05-10 · Notes
  • 9.6.9 · 2018-05-10 · Notes
  • 9.5.13 · 2018-05-10 · Notes
  • 9.4.18 · 2018-05-10 · Notes
  • 9.3.23 · 2018-05-10 · Notes

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PostgreSQL 10.4 Released!

  •  2018-05-10

The PostgreSQL Global Development Group has released an update to all supported versions of our database system, including 10.4, 9.6.9, 9.5.13, 9.4.18, and 9.3.23.

This release fixes one security issue as well as several bugs reported over the last three months. Users should plan to update at the next convenient downtime. Please see the "Updating" section for post-installation steps for the security fix and the "incorrect volatility and parallel-safety markings" fix.

PLANET POSTGRESQL

Mapping Oracle datatypes to PostgreSQL

  •  Hans-Juergen Schoenig
  •  2018-05-18

statement_timeout changed in PostgreSQL 11

  •  Tatsuo Ishii
  •  2018-05-18

Draft of Postgres 11 Release Notes

  •  Bruce Momjian
  •  2018-05-18

Built-in Sharding for PostgreSQL

  •  Robert Haas
  •  2018-05-17

dude's test speed

  •  Pavel Stehule
  •  2018-05-17

Linux cgroups for PostgreSQL

  •  Laurenz Albe
  •  2018-05-16

Fun with SQL: Recursive CTEs in Postgres

  •  Craig Kerstiens
  •  2018-05-15

Pg Restores Redux

  •  pgCMH - Columbus, OH
  •  2018-05-15

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