Trusted Postgres Architect 23.19 release notes v23
Released: 12 Jul 2023
New features, enhancements, bug fixes, and other changes in Trusted Postgres Architect 23.19 include the following:
|TPA now allows the creation of physical replicas of subscriber-only PGD nodes.
|TPA now supports the configuration of HTTP(S) HARP and PGD Proxy health probes.
|TPA now allows you to select Patroni as a failover manager with the M1 architecture. This support is experimental and not yet recommended for use in production.
|TPA now allows you to set specific versions for edb-pgd-proxy and edb-bdr-utilities rather than always using the latest version.
|On Debian-like systems, the package selection code now uses -dbg rather than -dbgsym for certain packages where applicable.
|When configuring replication slots, TPA will now ensure that only valid characters are used in the primary_slot_name. Previously TPA would use the inventory_hostname as a default, which could contain hyphens; these are now replaced with underscores.
|The default Failover Manager version is now 4.7.
|Fixed an issue whereby PGD 3.7 to 4 upgrades would fail in TPA 23.18.
|Fixed an issue whereby TPA would include underscores in TLS certificate Common Names when deploying PEM. This is invalid and would result in failure on some platforms.
|Fixed an issue whereby an incorrect etcd service name would be used on Debian-like platforms, preventing TPA from starting etcd.
|Fixed an issue whereby TPA could not install etcd packages on RHEL 8.
|Fixed an issue whereby the message
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|Fixed an issue whereby TPA would erroneously generate and overwrite Postgres user passwords when
|Fixed an issue whereby volume map creation on AWS failed to take account of region resulting in failures when using regions other than eu-west-1.