postgresql-common 107 source package in Ubuntu


postgresql-common (107) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Peter Eisentraut ]
  * Add initial support for 9.0 (pre-release snapshots for now):
    - cleanpg: Remove 9.0 clusters.
    - pg_createcluster: Clone configure_8_4() as configure_9_0().
    - pg_upgradecluster: Migrate obsolete/changed configuration parameters.
  * pg_wrapper: Fix spelling.
  * In maintainer scripts, instead of "#!/bin/sh -e" use a separate "set -e",
    per lintian.
  * debian/control: Bump Standards-Version to 3.8.4; no changes necessary.

  [ Martin Pitt ]
  * cleanpg: Do not remove the /var/log/postgresql/ directory itself, only its
    contents, to avoid logcheck falling over.
  * t/020_create_sql_remove.t: Do not consider $PG_GRANDPARENT_PID an unsafe
    environment, it's set by 9.0 servers.
  * t/060_obsolete_confparams.t: Add a full configuration for 8.4, so that
    upgrades to 9.0 can be tested.
  * t/052_upgrade_encodings.t: Specify 'C' locale when creating the ASCII
    encoded test database for versions >= 8.4, otherwise we have a
    locale/encoding mismatch.
  * t/ Abort tests on FAILURE=shell and the shell exits with
    nonzero. This avoids endless followup error shells once it's clear that
    the following ones are doomed anyway.
  * Add new function get_db_locales() which reads lc_ctype and
    lc_locales for a particular database. This replaces the
    get_cluster_locales() function for >= 8.4 server versions (which moved
    from global to per-database locales).
  * pg_upgradecluster: Use get_db_locales() instead of get_cluster_locales()
    for upgrades from >= 8.4.
  * pg_ctlcluster: Drop check for valid locales. We can only determine them
    (using pg_controldata through get_cluster_locales()) for <= 8.3 clusters,
    which are obsolete in sid/lenny. For >= 8.4 clusters, we need to start the
    server to find out the locales, at which point the check is pointless.
  * pg_upgradecluster: Run pg_restore with --disable-triggers when running in
    --data-only mode. (Closes: #579768)
  * t/020_create_sql_remove.t: We now assume that /var/log/postgresql/ always
    exists, and is writable by the "postgres" user. Thus if we delete the log,
    running "pg_ctlcluster start" should be able to recreate it. This fixes
    the 020_create_sql_remove.t test failure in "umask 077" mode, and uncovers
    some more inconsistencies wrt. log directory permissions.
  * pg_createcluster, testsuite: Fix permissions of /var/log/postgresql/ if
    this script creates it.
 -- Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync <email address hidden>   Sun,  09 May 2010 14:00:07 +0100

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