Hey, have you heard?
PostgreSQL 10 Beta is road ready!
Kick the tires and take the cool new features and improvements out for a spin. Highlights include:
- Declarative Partitioning
- Logical Replication
- SCRAM Authentication
See the full list of features here.
Take the easy route
Never used the BigSQL PostgreSQL Distributions before? Follow these 5 easy steps. Already have BigSQL pgc installed? Jump to step #3.
Read this short introduction to BigSQL’s package and update manager (pgc).
Install pgc via command line to a sandbox.
*Note: this command will install the BigSQL distribution into the directory you are currently located.
MAC / Linux:
python -c "$(curl -fsSL http://s3.amazonaws.com/pgcentral/install.py)"
@powershell -NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy unrestricted -Command "iex ((new-object net.webclient).DownloadString('http://s3.amazonaws.com/pgcentral/install.ps1'))"
Get into the product home directory by navigating via command line to the bigsql directory:
Using the pgc command line tool, run the update command to get the latest distribution (Windows users, don’t prefix the pgc command with ./ as shown in the examples below):
Then run the install, init, and start commands on pg10:
./pgc install pg10 ./pgc init pg10 ./pgc start pg10
That’s it! You’re ready to go. Got questions or suggestions? Get in touch with us at BigSQL Feedback.