Charmed PostgreSQL Reference - Revision 336

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Revision 336

Wednesday, October 18, 2023

Dear community,

We’d like to announce that Canonical’s newest Charmed PostgreSQL operator for IAAS/VM has been published in the 14/stable channel. :tada:

If you are jumping over several stable revisions, make sure to check previous release notes before upgrading to this revision.

Features you can start using today


  • DPE-1624, DPE-1625 Backup/restore fixes
  • DPE-1926 Remove fallback_application_name field from relation data
  • DPE-1712 Enabled the user to fix network issues and rerun stanza related hooks
  • DPE-2173 Fix allowed units relation data field
  • DPE-2127 Fixed databases access
  • DPE-2341 Populate extensions in unit databag
  • DPE-2218 Update charm libs to get s3 relation fix
  • DPE-1210, DPE-2330, DPE-2212 Open port (ability to expose charm)
  • DPE-2614 Split stanza create and stanza check
  • DPE-2721 Allow network access for pg_dump, pg_dumpall and pg_restore
  • DPE-2717 Copy dashboard changes from K8s and use the correct topology dispatcher
  • [MISC] Copy fixes of DPE-2626 and DPE-2627 from k8s
  • [MISC] Don’t fail if the unit is already missing
  • [MISC] More resilient topology observer

Canonical Data issues are now public on both Jira and GitHub platforms.

GitHub Releases provide a detailed list of bugfixes, PRs, and commits for each revision.

Inside the charms

  • Charmed PostgreSQL ships the latest PostgreSQL “14.9-0ubuntu0.22.04.1”
  • PostgreSQL cluster manager Patroni updated to “3.0.2”
  • Backup tools pgBackRest updated to “2.47”
  • The Prometheus postgres-exporter is “0.12.1-0ubuntu0.22.04.1~ppa1”
  • VM charms based on Charmed PostgreSQL SNAP (Ubuntu LTS “22.04” - ubuntu:22.04-based)
  • Principal charms supports the latest LTS series “22.04” only.
  • Subordinate charms support LTS “22.04” and “20.04” only.

Technical notes

Contact us

Charmed PostgreSQL is an open source project that warmly welcomes community contributions, suggestions, fixes, and constructive feedback.

  • Raise software issues or feature requests on GitHub
  • Report security issues through Launchpad
  • Contact the Canonical Data Platform team through our Matrix channel.