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G.3. Extensions

PostgreSQL™ is designed to be easily extensible. For this reason, extensions loaded into the database can function just like features that are packaged with the database. The contrib/ directory shipped with the source code contains a large number of extensions. The README file in that directory contains a summary. They include conversion tools, full-text indexing, XML tools, and additional data types and indexing methods. Other extensions are developed independently, like PostGIS. Even PostgreSQL™ replication solutions are developed externally. For example, Slony-I is a popular master/standby replication solution that is developed independently from the core project.

There are several administration tools available for PostgreSQL™. The most popular is pgAdmin III, and there are several commercially available ones as well.

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