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  to pool/main/p/postgresql-8.3/libecpg-dev_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1_powerpc.deb
  to pool/main/p/postgresql-8.3/libecpg6_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1_powerpc.deb
  to pool/main/p/postgresql-8.3/libpgtypes3_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1_powerpc.deb
  to pool/main/p/postgresql-8.3/libpq-dev_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1_powerpc.deb
  to pool/main/p/postgresql-8.3/libpq5_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1_powerpc.deb
(new) postgresql-8.3_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1.diff.gz optional misc
(new) postgresql-8.3_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1.dsc optional misc
(new) postgresql-8.3_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1_powerpc.deb optional misc
object-relational SQL database, version 8.3 server
 PostgreSQL is a fully featured object-relational database management
 system.  It supports a large part of the SQL standard and is designed
 to be extensible by users in many aspects.  Some of the features are:
 ACID transactions, foreign keys, views, sequences, subqueries,
 triggers, user-defined types and functions, outer joins, multiversion
 concurrency control.  Graphical user interfaces and bindings for many
 programming languages are available as well.
 This package provides the database server for PostgreSQL 8.3. Servers
 for other major release versions can be installed simultaneously and
 are coordinated by the postgresql-common package. A package providing
 ident-server is needed if you want to authenticate remote connections
 with identd.
(new) postgresql-8.3_8.3.8.orig.tar.gz optional misc
(new) postgresql-client-8.3_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1_powerpc.deb optional misc
front-end programs for PostgreSQL 8.3
 This package contains client and administrative programs for
 PostgreSQL: these are the interactive terminal client psql and
 programs for creating and removing users and databases.
 This is the client package for PostgreSQL 8.3. If you install
 PostgreSQL 8.3 on a standalone machine, you need the server package
 postgresql-8.3, too. On a network, you can install this package on
 many client machines, while the server package may be installed on
 only one machine.
 PostgreSQL is an object-relational SQL database management system.
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(new) postgresql-contrib-8.3_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1_powerpc.deb optional misc
additional facilities for PostgreSQL
 The PostgreSQL contrib package provides several additional features
 for the PostgreSQL database. This version is built to work with the
 server package postgresql-8.3.  contrib often serves as a testbed for
 features before they are adopted into PostgreSQL proper:
  adminpack      - File and log manipulation routines, used by pgAdmin
  btree_gist     - B-Tree indexing using GiST (Generalised Search Tree)
  chkpass        - An auto-encrypted password datatype
  cube           - Multidimensional-cube datatype (GiST indexing example)
  dblink         - Functions to return results from a remote database
  earthdistance  - Operator for computing the distance (in miles) between
                   two points on the earth's surface
  fuzzystrmatch  - Levenshtein, metaphone, and soundex fuzzy string matching
  hstore         - Store (key, value) pairs
  intagg         - Integer aggregator/enumerator
  _int           - Index support for arrays of int4, using GiST (benchmark
                   needs the libdbd-pg-perl package)
  isn            - type extensions for ISBN, ISSN, ISMN, EAN13 product numbers
  lo             - Large Object maintenance
  ltree          - Tree-like data structures
  oid2name       - Maps OIDs to table names
  pageinspect    - Inspection of database pages
  pg_buffercache - Real time queries on the shared buffer cache
  pg_freespacemap- Displays the contents of the free space map (FSM)
  pg_trgm        - Determine the similarity of text based on trigram matching
  pg_standby     - Create a warm stand-by server
  pgbench        - TPC-B like benchmark
  pgcrypto       - Cryptographic functions
  pgrowlocks     - A function to return row locking information
  pgstattuple    - Returns the percentage of dead tuples in a table; this
                   indicates whether a vacuum is required.
  seg            - Confidence-interval datatype (GiST indexing example)
  spi            - PostgreSQL Server Programming Interface; 4 examples of
                   its use:
                   autoinc    - A function for implementing AUTOINCREMENT/
                   insert_username - function for inserting user names
                   moddatetime - Update modification timestamps
                   refint     - Functions for implementing referential
                                integrity (foreign keys).  Note that this is
                                now superseded by built-in referential
                   timetravel - Re-implements in user code the time travel
                                feature that was removed in 6.3.
  tablefunc      - examples of functions returning tables
  uuid-ossp      - UUID generation functions
  vacuumlo       - Remove orphaned large objects
 PostgreSQL is an object-relational SQL database management system.
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(new) postgresql-doc-8.3_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1_all.deb optional doc
documentation for the PostgreSQL database management system
 This package contains all README files, user manual, and examples for
 PostgreSQL 8.3. The manual is in HTML format.
 PostgreSQL is an object-relational SQL database management system.
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(new) postgresql-plperl-8.3_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1_powerpc.deb optional misc
PL/Perl procedural language for PostgreSQL 8.3
 PL/Perl enables an SQL developer to write procedural language functions
 for PostgreSQL 8.3 in Perl.  You need this package if you have any
 PostgreSQL 8.3 functions that use the languages plperl or plperlu.
 PostgreSQL is an object-relational SQL database management system.
(new) postgresql-plpython-8.3_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1_powerpc.deb optional misc
PL/Python procedural language for PostgreSQL 8.3
 PL/Python enables an SQL developer to write procedural language functions
 for PostgreSQL 8.3 in Python.  You need this package if you have any
 PostgreSQL 8.3 functions that use the languages plpython or plpythonu.
 PostgreSQL is an object-relational SQL database management system.
(new) postgresql-pltcl-8.3_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1_powerpc.deb optional misc
PL/Tcl procedural language for PostgreSQL 8.3
 PL/Tcl enables an SQL developer to write procedural language functions
 for PostgreSQL 8.3 in Tcl.  You need this package if you have any
 PostgreSQL 8.3 functions that use the languages pltcl or pltclu.
 PostgreSQL is an object-relational SQL database management system.
(new) postgresql-server-dev-8.3_8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1_powerpc.deb optional libdevel
development files for PostgreSQL 8.3 server-side programming
 Header files for compiling SSI code to link into PostgreSQL's backend; for
 example, for C functions to be called from SQL.
 This package also contains the Makefiles necessary for building add-on
 modules of PostgreSQL, which would otherwise have to be built in the
 PostgreSQL source-code tree.
 PostgreSQL is an object-relational SQL database management system.
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Changes: postgresql-8.3 (8.3.8-0lenny1~bpo40+1) lenny-backports; urgency=low
  * Rebuild for etch-backports.
  * Lowered tcl-dev dependency back to 8.4 (also in debian/rules).
  * Remove hardening-wrapper building which isn't available in etch.
postgresql-8.3 (8.3.8-0lenny1) stable-security; urgency=high
  * New upstream security/bug fix release:
      security-definer functions. This covers a case that was missed in the
      previous patch that disallowed "SET ROLE" and "SET SESSION
      AUTHORIZATION" inside security-definer functions. [CVE-2007-6600]
    - Force WAL segment switch during pg_start_backup(). This avoids corner
      cases that could render a base backup unusable.
    - Make "LOAD" of an already-loaded loadable module into a no-op.
      Formerly, "LOAD" would attempt to unload and re-load the module,
      but this is unsafe and not all that useful.
    - Disallow empty passwords during LDAP authentication.
    - Fix handling of sub-SELECTs appearing in the arguments of an
      outer-level aggregate function.
    - Fix bugs associated with fetching a whole-row value from the output
      of a Sort or Materialize plan node.
    - Prevent synchronize_seqscans from changing the results of
      scrollable and WITH HOLD cursors.
    - Revert planner change that disabled partial-index and constraint
      exclusion optimizations when there were more than 100 clauses in an
      AND or OR list.
    - Fix hash calculation for data type interval. This corrects wrong results
      for hash joins on interval values. It also changes the contents of hash
      indexes on interval columns. If you have any such indexes, you must
      "REINDEX" them after updating.
    - Treat to_char(..., 'TH') as an uppercase ordinal suffix with
      'HH'/'HH12'. It was previously handled as 'th' (lowercase).
    - Fix overflow for INTERVAL 'x ms' when "x" is more than 2 million
      and integer datetimes are in use.
    - Fix calculation of distance between a point and a line segment.
      This led to incorrect results from a number of geometric operators.
    - Fix money data type to work in locales where currency amounts have
      no fractional digits, e.g. Japan.
    - Fix LIKE for case where pattern contains %_.
    - Properly round datetime input like 00:12:57.9999999999999999999999999999.
    - Fix memory leaks in XML operations.
    - Fix poor choice of page split point in GiST R-tree operator classes.
    - Ensure that a "fast shutdown" request will forcibly terminate open
      sessions, even if a "smart shutdown" was already in progress.
    - Avoid performance degradation in bulk inserts into GIN indexes when
      the input values are (nearly) in sorted order.
    - Correctly enforce NOT NULL domain constraints in some contexts in
    - Fix portability issues in plperl initialization.
    - Fix pg_ctl to not go into an infinite loop if "postgresql.conf" is
    - Improve pg_dump's efficiency when there are many large objects.
    - Use SIGUSR1, not SIGQUIT, as the failover signal for pg_standby.
    - Make pg_standby's maxretries option behave as documented.
    - Make "contrib/hstore" throw an error when a key or value is too
      long to fit in its data structure, rather than silently truncating
    - Fix "contrib/xml2"'s xslt_process() to properly handle the maximum
      number of parameters (twenty).
    - Improve robustness of libpq's code to recover from errors during

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