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Update files and dates for 6.1.1 release.

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2 HISTORY
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-PostgreSQL 6.1.1 Sun Jul 13 15:11:47 EDT 1997
+PostgreSQL 6.1.1 Mon Jul 22 18:04:49 EDT 1997
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This release does NOT require a dump/restore for those running 6.1.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for PostgreSQL
- Last updated: Mon Jul 14 12:27:39 EDT 1997
+ Last updated: Mon Jul 21 18:04:00 EDT 1997
Version: 6.1.1
Current maintainer: Bruce Momjian (maillist@candle.pha.pa.us)
@@ -255,9 +255,9 @@ Section 1: General Questions
1.6) Latest release of PostgreSQL
- The latest release of PostgreSQL is version 6.1.1, which will be
- released in July, 1997. For information about what is new in 6.1.1,
- see our TODO list on our WWW page.
+ The latest release of PostgreSQL is version 6.1.1, which was released
+ on July 22, 1997. For information about what is new in 6.1.1, see our
+ TODO list on our WWW page.
We expect a 7.0 release in several months that will remove time-travel
and reduce by 50% the size of on-disk system columns maintained for
@@ -304,9 +304,10 @@ Section 1: General Questions
Upgrading to 6.1 requires a dump and restore from previous releases.
- Upgrading from 6.1 to 6.1.1 requires a compile of the new release,
- recompile of all your custom applications to use the new libpq, and
- then an install while the postmaster is temporarily stopped.
+ Upgrading from 6.1 to 6.1.1 requires running configure, compile of the
+ new release, recompile of all your custom applications to use the new
+ libpq, and then an install while the postmaster is temporarily
+ stopped.
Those ugrading from versions earlier than 1.09 must upgrade to 1.09
first without a dump/reload, then dump the data from 1.09, and then
@@ -647,7 +648,7 @@ BYTEA bytea variable-length array of bytes
index. You need to define a function which acts on the multiple
columns, then use create index with that function.
- In 6.1, this feature is available.
+ This feature is available in 6.1 and later releases.
3.25) What are the temp_XXX files in my database directory?
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3 doc/TODO
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TODO list (FAQ) for PostgreSQL
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-last updated: Sun Jul 13 23:13:24 EDT 1997
+last updated: Mon Jul 21 18:01:37 EDT 1997
current maintainer: Bruce Momjian (maillist@candle.pha.pa.us)
@@ -128,6 +128,7 @@ make number of backends a config parameter, storage/sinvaladt.h:MaxBackendId
certain indexes will not shrink, i.e. oid indexes with many inserts
make NULL's come out at the beginning or end depending on the ORDER BY direction
change the library/backend interface to use network byte order
+allow unix domain sockets for local connections for performance and security
PERFORMANCE
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