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Announcing the release of pglogical 1.1

Posted on 2016-05-02

2ndQuadrant, the leading developers of PostgreSQL, are delighted to announce the release of pglogical 1.1 – the next generation in replication systems for PostgreSQL.

The 1.1 release brings new features along with bug fixes to pglogical. Same salient features are listed below:

  • Sequence replication support
  • Support for replica triggers
  • Foreign keys are no longer checked on the replica
  • Multiple subscriptions between single pair of nodes
  • The create_subscription function does not synchronize structure change by default
  • User can specify affected replication sets in replicate_ddl_command function
  • New functions for manipulating connection strings of nodes
  • PGLogical processes are clearly marked in the pg_stat_activity
  • Better behavior on worker crashes
  • Logging improvements
  • Ubuntu Xenial package

pglogical offers Logical Replication as a PostgreSQL extension, which provides the flexibility of trigger-based replication with the efficiency of log-based replication. This ground-breaking new technology has benefits for many key use cases

  • UPGRADE Upgrade PostgreSQL from 9.4 to 9.5, without downtime
  • SCALE OUT Copy all or a selection of database tables to other nodes in a cluster
  • AGGREGATE Accumulate changes from sharded database servers into a Data Warehouse
  • INTEGRATE Feed database changes in real-time to other systems

pglogical is open source and available for download as binary packages for PostgreSQL 9.4 and 9.5 versions. Visit for more detail.

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