Don’t make people practice software archaeology – keep your system updated. Updates? One of the benefits of the open-source world is the unmatched ability to issue updates rapidly to correct bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software bug fixes keep streaming in: from recently introduced regressions, to long-standing bugs undetected for years, they are corrected by a […]
PostgreSQL 9.6 is now out and so is an updated version of pglogical that works with it. For quick guide on how to upgrade the database with pglogical you can check my post which announced 9.6beta support. The main change besides the support for 9.6.x release of PostgreSQL is in the way we handle the […]
The new feature version of pglogical is now available. The new release brings support for sequence replication, manually configured parallel subscriptions, replica triggers, numerous usability improvements and bug fixes. Let’s look into the changes in more detail.
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