PostgreSQL 9.6 Beta 3 Released This Week
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 24 July 2016 at 08:38 AM EDT. 1 Comment
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PostgreSQL 9.6 Beta 3 was released on Thursday as this major database update gets closer to its general availability release later this year.

PostgreSQL 9.6 Beta 3 brings a number of fixes to the parallel query support and fixes many other items throughout the PostgreSQL server code. The official 9.6 release isn't expected until "late 2016."

PostgreSQL 9.6 is packing a number of new features while most prominent is the parallel query support. The 9.6 version also offers synchronous replication supporting multiple standby servers, full-text search for phrases, support for remote joins/sorts/updates, "substantial" performance improvements, and other improvements.

More details on PostgreSQL 9.6 Beta 3 can be found via PostgreSQL.org.

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