End of life dates for supported database versions

SQLite

The SQLite version that ships with the Windows and OS X installers are:

  • Python 3.5 - 3.8.11
  • Python 3.6 - 3.14.2

Generally, the minimum supported SQlite version is the one that's shipped with the oldest supported Python version. For example, Django 2.1 supports Python 3.5 and later, so the minimum supported SQLite version is 3.8.11.

Search the Python Changelog for "SQLite" to find entries like "Update Windows build and OS X installers to use SQLite 3.14.2."

PostgreSQL

  • 9.0 - September 2015 - drop in Django 1.9 - released April 2016.
  • 9.1 - September 2016 - drop in Django 1.10 - released August 2016.
  • 9.2 - September 2017 - drop in Django 1.11 - released April 2017.
  • 9.3 - September 2018 - drop in Django 2.1 - released August 2018.
  • 9.4 - December 2019 - drop in Django 3.0 - released December 2019.
  • 9.5 - January 2021 - drop in Django 3.2 - released April 2021.
  • 9.6 - November 2021
  • 10 - November 2022
  • 11 - November 2023
  • 12 - November 2024

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PostGIS

  • 1.5 - dropped in Django 1.9.
  • 2.0 - drop with PostgreSQL 9.2 (no support for PostgreSQL 9.3)
  • 2.1 - drop with PostgreSQL 9.4 (no support for PostgreSQL 9.5)
  • 2.2 - drop with PostgreSQL 9.5 (not recommended with PostgreSQL 9.6)
  • 2.3 - drop with PostgreSQL 9.6 (not recommended with PostgreSQL 10)
  • 2.4
  • 2.5
  • 3.0

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MySQL

  • 5.5 - Dec 2018 - drop in Django 2.1 - released August 2018.
  • 5.6 - Feb 2021 - drop in Django 3.2 - released April 2021.
  • 5.7 - Oct 2023

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Oracle

  • 11.2 - Dec 2020 - drop in Django 2.0 (Django 1.11 LTS supported until April 2020).
  • 12.1 - July 2021 - drop in Django 3.0 (Django 2.2 LTS supported until April 2022)
  • 12.2 - March 2026
  • 18c
  • 19c

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MariaDB

  • 10.1 - 17 Oct 2020 - drop in Django 3.1 - released August 2020.
  • 10.2 - 23 May 2022.
  • 10.3 - 25 May 2023.
  • 10.4 - 18 June 2024.

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