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PostgreSQL Weekly News - January 1st 2003

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== PostgreSQL Weekly News - Jan 1st 2003 ==

Light activity over the holidays, but one important change that is easy to do 
on existing servers is the change in default free space map settings for all 
future versions.  To make this change on an existing server, simply change 
max_fsm_relations to 1000 in your postgresql.conf (not needed if your already set more than this) and 
restart your server. This requires a little bit more memory consumption, but 
the benefits in server maintenance are worth it.  The change is mostly due to 
Philip Warner's research, if you want more details there is good information 
archived in the mailing lists. 

== PostgreSQL Product News ==

Dragon Breath First Public Build 27.12.2002 Released
(A PHP/XSLT Framework Using PostgreSQL Stored Procedures) http://dragonbreath.swordlord.com/
Courier-IMAP 1.6.2 Released
GNUmedArchive 25.12.2002 Released http://freshmeat.net/projects/gnumedarchive/
== PostgreSQL In the News ==

Free Software at Rosenzweig and Maffia

== Upcoming Events ==

PostgreSQL Training : Atlanta, Georgia, United States: January 20-24
Bruce Momjian will be giving a 4.5-day training class at the Big Nerd Ranch.

Linux.Conf.Au : Perth, Australia : January 22-25
Gavin Sherry will be providing a detailed overview of PostgreSQL, and be running a BoF as well.

Replication Meeting : Tokyo, Japan: February 1, 5-7
Bruce will be involved in a replication discussion with the Japan PostgreSQL Users Group (JPUG) on February 1 (date tentative):
Bruce will also be speaking at the NET&COM conference and in the SRA booth.

== PostgreSQL Weekly News - Jan 1st 2003 ==

Don't forget to read Elein Mustain's Weekly Summary of the PostgreSQL General Mailing List

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