BDR 0.9.2 and BDR-PostgreSQL 9.4.4 released

Version 0.9.2 of the BDR (Bi-Directional Replication) extension for PosgreSQL has been released.

This is a maintenance release in the current stable 0.9.x series, focused on bug fixes, stability and usability improvements. In particular bdr_init_copy, the pg_basebackup-based node bring-up tool, is significantly improved in this update.

This release also updates the BDR-patched version of PostgreSQL its self to version 9.4.4.

Sources and RPMs (for RHEL and CentOS 6 and 7, Fedora 21 and 22) are available. Debian/Ubuntu packages will be pushed to the repository soon.

As before, the sources will build and run fine on any Linux/BSD or on Mac OS X, but do not currently support Windows.

The release notes have more detail on what has changed in this release.

2 replies
  1. Deepak Kumar
    Deepak Kumar says:

    I am trying to install on Ubuntu Trusty, I am still getting 9.4.2 installed. Please let me know how I can try the latest 9.4.4.


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