Thursday, 12 July 2018

Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL compatibility version 1.2 supports 9.6.8 version of PostgreSQL Database

Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL compatibility now adds support for 9.6.8 PostgreSQL database version. The latest version of the Amazon Aurora and PostgreSQL Database offers performance improvement and reliability with few bug fixes. The latest update allows the customer to use the new ‘aurora_stat_memctx_usage()’ function to report the internal memory context usage of each PostgreSQL backend. The PostgreSQL extensions are also upgraded where pg_hint_plan is updated to version 1.2.2 and plv8 is updated to version 2.1.0. You have to create a new Amazon Aurora database instance which can be created in the Amazon Relational Database Instance Management Console or the existing instances can be upgraded using the point and click upgrade. 

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