PGroonga (fast full text search module for PostgreSQL) 2.3.2 has been released

PGroonga 2.3.2 has been released! PGroonga makes PostgreSQL fast full text search for all languages.

If you are new user, see also About PGroonga.

In this release, we supported PostgreSQL14 that was just released!


Here are highlights after PGroonga 2.3.2:

  • Added support for PostgreSQL 14.

  • Added support for parallel scan.

  • Added support for parallel scan against declarative partitioning.

  • [CREATE INDEX USING PGroonga] Added index_flags_mapping option that can be used to customize index flags for each indexed target.

  • [CREATE INDEX USING PGroonga] Added support for ${table:INDEX_NAME} substitution in normalizers_mapping option.

  • [Ubuntu] Added support for Ubuntu 21.04.

  • [pgroonga_highlight_html function] Fixed a bug that a lexicon may not update when we recreate the lexicon.

How to upgrade

This version is compatible with before versions. You can upgrade by steps in "Compatible case" in Upgrade document.



This tutorial session is for people who have already used PGroonga. We will introduce how to an improvement of search results by using PGroonga.


Try PGroonga when you want to perform fast full text search against all languages on PostgreSQL!