PostgreSQL

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1.5)    Where can I get POSTGRESQL?


The primary anonymous ftp site for PostgreSQL is
ftp://ftp.PostgreSQL.org/pub. For mirror sites, see our main Web site.


1.6)    Where can I get support?


There is no support for PostgreSQL from the University of California, Berkeley. It is maintained through volunteer effort.


The main mailing list is:
pgsql-general@PostgreSQL.org. It is available for discussion of matters pertaining to PostgreSQL. To subscribe, send mail with the following lines in the body (not the subject line):


subscribe


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to pgsql-general-request@PostgreSQL.org.


There is also a digest list available. To subscribe to this list, send email to: pgsql-general-digest-request@PostgreSQL.org with a body of:


subscribe


end


Digests are sent out to members of this list whenever the main list has received around 30k of messages.


The bugs mailing list is available. To subscribe to this list, send email to pgsql-bugs-request@PostgreSQL.org with a body of:


subscribe


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There is also a developers discussion mailing list available. To subscribe to this list, send email to pgsql-hackers-request@PostgreSQL.org with a body of:


subscribe


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Additional mailing lists and information about PostgreSQL can be found via the PostgreSQL WWW home page at: http://www.PostgreSQL.org.


There is also an IRC channel on EFNet, channel EFostgreSQL, I use the Unix command irc -c ‘#PostgreSQL’ m$USERm irc.phoenix.net. Commercial support for PostgreSQL is available at http://www.pgsql.com/.


1.7)    What is the latest release?


The latest release of PostgreSQL is version 7.0.2. We plan to have major releases every four months.

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