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PostgreSQL 11 support #2178

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axelfontaine opened this Issue Oct 18, 2018 · 8 comments

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axelfontaine commented Oct 18, 2018

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whaleyr commented Oct 24, 2018

I just tried 11 today. I was able to run the migrate tasks just fine. However, I did a clean and it borked when trying to query pg_proc for column pgisagg which has been removed between 10 and 11.

Keep up the good work, I'll be glad to see 6.0.0 when it's ready.

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axelfontaine commented Nov 29, 2018

This has now been integrated via @tinybarks 's awesome pull request. Thanks!

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markusheiden commented Jan 23, 2019

Since the 6.0.0 seems to be far away: Are there any plans for a backport?

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ragged commented Jan 23, 2019

We also have a big need for the 6.0.0 release, as a lot of upgrades are currently postponing, due to the lack of flyway support. How likely is 6.0.0 is on time?

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ssonnenberg commented Feb 8, 2019

Yes, we are waiting. PostgreSQL 11 is available since November, so if anything is blocking
this small fix than please give us some details.

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axelfontaine commented Feb 12, 2019

We have now pushed the out as part of Flyway 6.0.0-beta. See https://flywaydb.org/blog/flyway-6.0.0-beta

As part of this release, we are also making some changes to our support timeline for new database versions. Previously we added support for a new database version once it reached GA. We have now changed this and started adding support for a new database version once it reaches beta. The first database versions to benefit from this are SQL Server 2019 CTP and MariaDB 10.4 beta. Support for both of these is already included as part of 6.0.0-beta.

Going forward we will add support for PostgreSQL 12 as soon as a first beta is released, which will be many months before GA, so that a wait like the one for PostgreSQL 11 won't happen again.

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ssonnenberg commented Feb 12, 2019

Great news. Will you provide maven coordinates to enable wider testing?

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axelfontaine commented Feb 12, 2019

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