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pgBucket 2.0 Beta Is Ready

I am so glad to announce pgBucket 2.0 beta version, which is evolved from the version 1.0. Below are this version feature highlights and hoping that everybody likes these features.

  • Event jobs (Cascading jobs)
  • Dedicated configuration file
  • Extended table print
  • Auto job disable
  • Custom job failure
  • Dedicated connection pooler
  • Improved the daemon stability/coding standards
Please find the below URL for the features review.

--Dinesh

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