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The PostgreSQL Audit extension (pgaudit) provides detailed session and/or object audit logging via the standard PostgreSQL logging facility.

The goal of the PostgreSQL Audit extension (pgaudit) is to provide PostgreSQL users with capability to produce audit logs often required to comply with government, financial, or ISO certifications.

For PG 9.5 needs, please use release series 1.0.X.
For PG 9.6 needs, please use release series 1.1.X.
For PG 10 needs, please use release series 1.2.X.
For PG 11 needs, please use release series 1.3.X.

The 1.3.0 release contains the following contents:

  • (Feature) Support for PostgreSQL 11
  • (Docs) Reinstate log_client documentation
  • (Docs) Update build instructions to use PGXS
Aug 16, 2018

@crunchyjohn crunchyjohn released this Oct 5, 2017 · 6 commits to master since this release

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The PostgreSQL Audit extension (pgaudit) provides detailed session and/or object audit logging via the standard PostgreSQL logging facility.

The goal of the PostgreSQL Audit extension (pgaudit) is to provide PostgreSQL users with capability to produce audit logs often required to comply with government, financial, or ISO certifications.

For PG 9.5 needs, please use release series 1.0.X.
For PG 9.6 needs, please use release series 1.1.X.
For PG 10 needs, please use release series 1.2.X.

This release contains the following contents:

(feature) Support for PostgreSQL 10

@crunchyjohn crunchyjohn released this Jun 29, 2017 · 17 commits to master since this release

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The PostgreSQL Audit extension (pgaudit) provides detailed session and/or object audit logging via the standard PostgreSQL logging facility.

The goal of the PostgreSQL Audit extension (pgaudit) is to provide PostgreSQL users with capability to produce audit logs often required to comply with government, financial, or ISO certifications.

For PG 9.5 needs, please use Release 1.0.6.
For PG 9.6 needs, please use Release 1.1.1

This release contains the following contents:

  • (Fix) #34 and #35: Demote "extension initialized" message for EXEC_BACKEND builds
  • (Feature) Add Vagrantfile for build and regression testing.

@crunchyjohn crunchyjohn released this Jun 29, 2017 · 11 commits to master since this release

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The PostgreSQL Audit extension (pgaudit) provides detailed session and/or object audit logging via the standard PostgreSQL logging facility.

The goal of the PostgreSQL Audit extension (pgaudit) is to provide PostgreSQL users with capability to produce audit logs often required to comply with government, financial, or ISO certifications.

For PG 9.5 needs, please use Release 1.0.6.
For PG 9.6 needs, please use Release 1.1.1

This release contains the following contents:

  • (Docs) #24 -New README.md section detailing version compatibility.
  • (Fix) #34 and #35: Demote "extension initialized" message for EXEC_BACKEND builds
  • (Feature) Add Vagrantfile for build and regression testing.

@crunchyjohn crunchyjohn released this Nov 22, 2016 · 16 commits to master since this release

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This release is the first official release of pgaudit that supports PostgreSQL 9.6.

  • Includes fix for #20
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In this release, pgaudit_analyze has been broken into a separate project. Additionally, there is a new "log-client' option to suppress output to a client regardless of the 'client-min-messages' setting. Apart from that, some formatting and whitespace fixes were added.

@crunchyjohn crunchyjohn released this Nov 21, 2016 · 21 commits to master since this release

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A bugfix release that solves an issue when using shared_preload_libraries for pgaudit on Windows.

@crunchyjohn crunchyjohn released this Jun 10, 2016 · 22 commits to master since this release

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The PostgreSQL Audit extension (pgaudit) provides detailed session and/or object audit logging via the standard PostgreSQL logging facility.

The goal of the PostgreSQL Audit extension (pgaudit) is to provide PostgreSQL users with capability to produce audit logs often required to comply with government, financial, or ISO certifications.

This release contains an update to the README.md file as well as 2 minor fixes that could impact Solaris builds.

@crunchyjohn crunchyjohn released this Jun 10, 2016 · 24 commits to master since this release

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The PostgreSQL Audit extension (pgaudit) provides detailed session and/or object audit logging via the standard PostgreSQL logging facility.

The goal of the PostgreSQL Audit extension (pgaudit) is to provide PostgreSQL users with capability to produce audit logs often required to comply with government, financial, or ISO certifications.

This release contains a minor feature where passwords are now redacted in CREATE/ALTER ROLE statements.