PostgreSQL 15.1, 14.6, 13.9, 12.13, 11.18, and 10.23 Released!

Posted on 2022-11-10 by PostgreSQL Global Development Group
PostgreSQL Project

The PostgreSQL Global Development Group has released an update to all supported versions of PostgreSQL, including 15.1, 14.6, 13.9, 12.13, 11.18, and 10.23. This release fixes 25 bugs reported over the last several months.

This is the final release of PostgreSQL 10. PostgreSQL 10 will no longer receive security and bug fixes. If you are running PostgreSQL 10 in a production environment, we suggest that you make plans to upgrade.

For the full list of changes, please review the release notes.

Bug Fixes and Improvements

This update fixes over 25 bugs that were reported in the last several months. The issues listed below affect PostgreSQL 15. Some of these issues may also affect other supported versions of PostgreSQL.

Included in this release:

  • Fix for updatable views for INSERT statements that include multi-row VALUES clauses with a DEFAULT set.
  • Disallow rules named _RETURN that are not ON SELECT rules.
  • Disallow use of MERGE on a partitioned table that has foreign-table partitions.
  • Fix for construction of per-partition foreign key constraints while doing ALTER TABLE ... ATTACH PARTITION, where previously incorrect or duplicate constraints could be built.
  • Fix for a planner failure with extended statistics on partitioned or inherited tables.
  • Fix bugs in logical decoding that could lead to memory leaks when replay starts from a point between the beginning of a transaction and the beginning of its subtransaction.
  • Fix issues with slow shutdown of replication workers by allowing interrupts in more places.
  • Disallow logical replication into foreign-table partitions.
  • Prevent crash in replication works after a SQL or PL/pgSQL function syntax error.
  • psql -c now exits with a nonzero status if the query is canceled.
  • Allow cross-platform tablespace relocation in pg_basebackup.
  • Fix pg_dump to include comments attached to some CHECK constraints.

This release also updates time zone data files to use tzdata release 2022f. This includes DST law changes in Chile, Fiji, Iran, Jordan, Mexico, Palestine, and Syria, plus historical corrections for Chile, Crimea, Iran, and Mexico.

There are several other changes to note in the tzdata 2022f release that may change the display for pre-1970 timestamps. For a detailed explanation, please review the release notes.

For the full list of changes available, please review the release notes.

PostgreSQL 10 is EOL

PostgreSQL 10.23 is the final release of PostgreSQL 10. If you are running PostgreSQL 10 in a production environment, we suggest that you make plans to upgrade to a newer, supported version of PostgreSQL. Please see our versioning policy for more information.


All PostgreSQL update releases are cumulative. As with other minor releases, users are not required to dump and reload their database or use pg_upgrade in order to apply this update release; you may simply shutdown PostgreSQL and update its binaries.

Users who have skipped one or more update releases may need to run additional, post-update steps; please see the release notes for earlier versions for details.

For more details, please see the release notes.