Fixes & improvements
- The Neon CLI now supports get operations for branches with numeric names. Previously, only string values were supported.
- Corrected the Neon CLI package name that appears in Quickstart banner on the Neon Dashboard. The package name shown in the Windows and Linux installation commands was incorrect.
- The neon_superuser role is now able to execute the
pg_stat_statements_reset()function that is part of the
pg_stat_statementsextension. This function discards statistics gathered so far by
pg_stat_statements. Roles created in the Neon console, CLI, or API, including the default role created with each Neon project, are granted membership in the
neon_superuserrole. Previously, this function could only be run with a Postgres superuser role, which is restricted in Neon. To make this enhancement available, drop and recreate the
pg_stat_statementsextension. See Install an extension.
- For logical replication, the PostgreSQL
max_slot_wal_keep_sizeis now set to 1 GB, limiting the maximum size of WAL files that replication slots are allowed to retain in the
pg_waldirectory. This is a temporary limit that will be removed in a future release. The limit avoids an accumulation of WAL data at the publisher due to a lagging subscriber, which could cause a slow compute start.
- Added a Vercel integration card to the Integrations page in the Neon Console.
- Fixed the Cancel action in card drawers on the Integrations page in the Neon Console. When clicking Cancel, card drawers did not close.
To follow Neon storage and compute releases in GitHub, see Releases.
What's new in docs?
- Check out our new guide that describes how to replicate data from Neon with Fivetran.
- Want to better understand how Neon's project billing works? We've added a real-world example of a generative AI project with 80,000 daily active users that walks you through estimating a monthly bill. See Sample billing.
- Find a typo in the Neon docs? Is there a section that's hard to understand? Notice that a certain topic is missing? The Neon docs are open-source, and contributions are welcome. See our Documentation Contribution Guide for details.
From the Neon Blog
In case you missed them, be sure to check out our latest posts.
Logical Replication and CDC in PostgreSQL with Airbyte
Learn how to synchronize your PostgreSQL and Airbyte data in this community-contributed blog post by Jacob Prall, Senior Developer Advocate at @Airbyte:
Publish a custom ChatGPT
Learn how to create and publish a custom ChatGPT with this post from Peter Bendel, Postgres Performance Engineer @Neon, and Raouf Chebri Developer Advocate @Neon: