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PostgreSQL Team released 8.2

PostgreSQL Team released 8.2 beta version of their database software. Includes planner improvements, SQL2003 aggregates conformance, continuous archiving and much more.

Feature freeze for version 8.2 took place on August 1st, 2006. Since that time we have gone through the submitted patch queue and applied all outstanding patches that were deemed ready for release. As of this time, we are now releasing beta releases for all to test. What can you do to help?

  • Take a backup of your current database system with both old and new versions of pg_dump and load them into 8.2. Any application you have that runs against a PostgreSQL database should be tested against the updated server. You can report any PostgreSQL bugs or errors using the bug reporting form.
  • If your platform is not listed in the automatic build farm, please download the source code and verify that you can build the release. You can send positive or negative results to pgsql-hackers@postgresql.org.
  • You might want to subscribe to the pgsql-hackers mailing list. This is where development of PostgreSQL takes place, and users involved in the beta program should be subscribed in order to recieve the most up to date information

Some important links you will need for testing PostgreSQL 8.2

See http://developer.postgresql.org/pgdocs/postgres/release-8-2.html for details.