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Update postgresql and libpq packages to version 12.
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Update postgresql and libpq packages to version 12.
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Inclusion of the latest upstream release of PostgreSQL database with all it's benefits.
See release notes for more information:
== Scope ==
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** Prepare postgresql 12.1 for Rawhide (based on existing module for postgresql 12)
** Prepare libpq 12.1 for Rawhide (based on existing module for postgresql 12)
** Prepare PostgreSQL extension packages (pgaudit, timescaledb, etc) for the new version of postgresql
** Modularize PostgreSQL 11
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== Upgrade/compatibility impact ==
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There is no compatibility impact expected. PostgreSQL extensions will need to be rebased, although, most of the packages were already tested with the PostgreSQL 12 module.
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Usual testing as per major release upgrades. Others' software tests runs well as the issues were fixed regarding the postgresql12 module.
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Users will have to upgrade their databases the same way as between major MariaDB versions. PostgreSQL 11 will be available as a module.
== Dependencies ==
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Packages depending on libpq should not require any additional work, as the library is backwards compatible.
Some work will be required for PostgreSQL extension packages.
== Contingency Plan ==
PostgreSQL12 (including libpq package) is already available in fedora as a module.
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PostgreSQL release version 12 (including libpq library).
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Latest revision as of 10:58, 22 January 2020

This change was by mistake filled twice in the wiki, using the link that was already announced on the Fedora list: use Changes/PostgreSQL_12 instead.