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Percona Distribution for PostgreSQL 13.3 (2021-05-20)

Date: May 20, 2021
Installation: Installing Percona Distribution for PostgreSQL

Percona Distribution for PostgreSQL is a collection of tools to assist you in managing PostgreSQL. Percona Distribution for PostgreSQL installs PostgreSQL and complements it by a selection of extensions that enable solving essential practical tasks efficiently.

Extension Version Description
pg_repack 1.4.6 rebuilds PostgreSQL database objects
Pgaudit 1.5.0 provides detailed session or object audit logging via the standard logging facility provided by PostgreSQL
pgAudit set user 2.0.0 provides an additional layer of logging and control when unprivileged users must escalate themselves to superuser or object owner roles in order to perform needed maintenance tasks.
pgBackRest 2.33 a backup and restore solution for PostgreSQL
Patroni 2.0.2 a HA (High Availability) solution for PostgreSQL
pg_stat_monitor (Tech Preview Feature 1) 0.9.1 collects and aggregates statistics for PostgreSQL and provides histogram information.
pgBadger 11.5 a fast PostgreSQL Log Analyzer.
pgBouncer 1.15.0 lightweight connection pooler for PostgreSQL
wal2json 2.3 a PostgreSQL logical decoding JSON output plugin.
PostgreSQL contrib extensions 13.3 a collection of additional extensions for PostgreSQL

Percona Distribution for PostgreSQL is also shipped with the libpq library. It contains “a set of library functions that allow client programs to pass queries to the PostgreSQL backend server and to receive the results of these queries.” 2

This release of Percona Distribution for PostgreSQL is based on PostgreSQL 13.3.

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  1. Tech Preview Features are not yet ready for enterprise use and are not included in support via SLA (Service License Agreement). They are included in this release so that users can provide feedback prior to the full release of the feature in a future GA (General Availability) release (or removal of the feature if it is deemed not useful). This functionality can change (APIs, CLIs, etc.) from tech preview to GA.