## Server Release 3.13.0 9 November 2020
- Support for 32-bit builds of FreeBSD has been dropped. 64-bit FreeBSD is still supported.
- The server_quickstart.txt file is now in Markdown format as server_quickstart.md. It has also been significantly updated.
- Fixed slow startup after an SQLite schema migration
- Better handling of invalid base64 snapshots
- Fixed an issue with negative whisper power permission checks
- Fixed possible memory leak under certain obscure conditions
- Fixed query login groups being improperly cached in certain cases
- Invalid password attempts should respect SERVERINSTANCE_SERVERQUERY_BAN_TIME
- New support for PostgreSQL databases. Please read server_quickstart for more information.
- New support for MMDB style GeoIP databases (again, see server_quickstart!)
- Webquery supports access by server port : /byport/9987/clientinfo will send the command to the virtualserver at port 9987.
- Added warning for cases of UDP socket failure
- banclient can now accept multiple clientids
- banclient, clientmove and clientkick accept the -continueonerror parameter to ignore errors
- New optional parameter for clientlist '-location'
- Advanced users: Added a new command line argument `logquerytiminginterval` for diagnostic logging of ServerQuery timing.
- Advanced users: Added a new command line argument `querypoolsize` to allow you to specify the number of threads in the ServerQuery pool.
- Note: query_ip_whitelist has been renamed to query_ip_allowlist, and query_ip_blacklist is now query_ip_denylist.
- Note: the old whitelist/blacklist names are still accepted.
- Webquery errors will return a HTTP 4xx series status code.
- Improved database performance for some query commands (notably serverlist)
- permget returns 'invalid perm id' error if permid is 0, or convert error if negative
- instanceedit no longer allows query groups for server template groups
- serveredit should correctly update client idle time
- Better validation of tokencustomsets when creating privilege keys
- Various permlist commands now include the relevant id (client, etc) in the output for your convenience
- MariaDB plugin should be a little more tolerant of broken connections
- We now print a warning if you specify an unknown command line option