You Can’t Put Off a PostgreSQL v9.5 Upgrade Anymore – End of Life is Here
PostgreSQL is a popular open-source database that has a 30-year development history.
Organizations trust this database to have outstanding performance, reliability, and an ever-growing feature set. As new versions of PostgreSQL release, you reach End of Life (EOL) with earlier ones. PostgreSQL v9.5, released in 2016, is the most recent addition to the EOL list, as of February 11, 2021.
If you’re still running this version of PostgreSQL, it’s time to take a look at the consequences of working with EOL databases, the benefits of moving to PostgreSQL v13, and what you need to know to make your database upgrade process as smooth as possible.
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