Unless Marc makes changes to the beta4 tarball, there will be beta4
RPM's for you to play with shortly. Actually, they are uploading now
ftp://ftp.postgresql.org/pub/dev/test-rpms is the place.....
If changes are made, I'll rebuild as soon as I find out (probably 18
hours or so from now).
RPM changes since beta3:
1.) /usr/share/postgresql, /etc/postgresql, and /usr/include/postgresql
changed back to pgsql, to match /var/lib/pgsql (which is not at all
likely to change).
2.) Now rebuilds without having to have the -devel rpm installed. :-0
3.) More documentation in html under the docdir
(/usr/doc/postgresql-7.1beta4 on redhat 6.2).
4.) Regression test dirs now have right ownership.
Still to be done:
Full upgrade testing.
others that I have forgotten at this point in the night.....
Regression may be run by installing at least the main package, the
server subpackage, and the test subpackage. Then, start the postmaster
(/etc/rc.d/init.d/postgresql start), which will initdb if needed, su to
postgres, cd to /usr/share/pgsql/test/regress, and execute:
RPMs passed regression (except for locale errors) on my RedHat 6.2 devel
I have changed the absolute minimum from beta3-2. Please let me know
any problems you find!
I am for now leaving the 7.1beta3-2 RPMset up.
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