postgresql-common 106 source package in Ubuntu
postgresql-common (106) unstable; urgency=low * t/001_packages.t: Check for ".utf8" locale instead of ".UTF-8". This seems to be the new canonical spelling now. * t/TestLib.pm, check_clean(): Require that /var/log/postgresql/ still exists. If we remove it entirely, current versions of logcheck complain loudly. This was already fixed a while ago in squeeze, this will ensure it stays so. (Closes: #576180) * t/040_upgrade.t: Check upgrade of database and table ACL, an ALTER DATABASE option, and correct upgrading of a custom pg_hba.conf. This reproduces #543506. * pg_upgradecluster: Rework logic to use "pg_dumpall -s" instead of "pg_dumpall -g", to also catch ACLs, global settings, and the like. Drop manual database creation and encoding special-cases, since those are being taken care of by the -s commands already. (Closes: #543506, #562676) * pg_upgradecluster: Re-enable connections after the upgrade is done, not in between. * t/120_pg_upgradecluster_scripts.t: Upgrade scripts should not create tables in the "init" phase, since they will be overwritten during dump/restore. Change the test case to move table changes into the "finish" phase, and update documentation in pg_upgradecluster to point out this potential problem. * debian/init.d-functions, status(): More appropriate output formatting for "status" init script commands. (Closes: #522679) -- Martin Pitt <email address hidden> Fri, 09 Apr 2010 07:19:42 +0100
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- postgresql-common: PostgreSQL database-cluster manager
The postgresql-common package provides a structure under which
multiple versions of PostgreSQL may be installed and/or multiple
clusters maintained at one time.
This package will automatically create a (self-signed) certificate so
that SSL connections are supported.
PostgreSQL is a fully featured object-relational database management
system. It supports a large part of the SQL standard and is designed
to be extensible by users in many aspects. Its features include ACID
transactions, foreign keys, views, sequences, subqueries, triggers,
outer joins, multiversion concurrency control, and user-defined types