On Tue, 2011-03-15 at 08:02 -0400, Chander Ganesan wrote:
> I noticed today that although the PGDG repository indicates that
> Fedora 11 is supported (http://yum.pgrpms.org/), it seems to only
> have PostgreSQL 9.0 Alpha4 RPM's are available in it.
> Was this intentional?
Well, yes. The master RPM buildfarm served us for about 3 years, and it
died. Then, I switched to a new server, and I had to drop Fedora < 10.
The downside was that the machine belonged to my previous employer, and
now we don't have an active RPM buildfarm...
Actually I have all virtual machines, and it is connected to a new
really powerful machine at home. I just don't have time nowadays to
update some packages. Probably in next minor release round. That day is
also the day that we will start using new URL
> If FC11 and earlier aren't supported not having
> the "latest" stuff might make sense..but to say that they are
> supported but have an Alpha version of the software might lead people
> to (erroneously) installing an unstable version of PostgreSQL on
> their systems.
OTOH, Fedora 7+ is still supported in SVN. You can build your own
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