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The latest product updates from Neon

Postgres extension support

Added support for several Postgres extensions. Newly supported extensions include:

  • bloom
  • pgrowlocks
  • intagg
  • pgstattuple
  • earthdistance
  • address_standardizer
  • address_standardizer_data_us

For more information about Postgres extensions supported by Neon, see Postgres extensions.

Fixes & improvements

  • Compute: Updated the list of Postgres client libraries and runtimes that Neon tests for connection support. The pg8000 Python Postgres driver, version 1.29.3 and higher, now supports connecting to Neon.
  • Compute: Added statistics to EXPLAIN that show prefetch hits and misses for sequential scans.
  • Proxy: Updated the error message that is reported when attempting to connect from a client or driver that does not support Server Name Indication (SNI). For more information about the SNI requirement, see Connection errors. Previously, the error message indicated that the "Project ID" is not specified. The error message now states that the "Endpoint ID" is not specified. Connecting to Neon with a Project ID remains supported for backward compatibility, but connecting with an Endpoint ID is now the recommended connection method. For general information about connecting to Neon, see Connect from any application.
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