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--------------------------------------------------------------------- Barman News - History of user-visible changes Copyright © 2011-2014 2ndQuadrant Italia (Devise.IT S.r.l.) Version 1.3.1 - 14 Apr 2014 * Added support for concurrent backup of PostgreSQL 9.2 and 9.3 servers that use the "pgespresso" extension. This feature is controlled by the "backup_options" configuration option (global/ server) and activated when set to "concurrent_backup". Concurrent backup allows DBAs to perform full backup operations from a streaming replicated standby. * Added the "barman diagnose" command which prints important information about the Barman system (extremely useful for support and problem solving) * Improved error messages and exception handling interface * Fixed bug in recovery of tablespaces that are created inside the PGDATA directory (bug introduced in version 1.3.0) * Fixed minor bug of unhandled -q option, for quiet mode of commands to be used in cron jobs (bug introduced in version 1.3.0) * Minor bug fixes and code refactoring
Source: README.txt, updated 2014-04-11

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