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Re: Fedora + Yum + 8.1

From: Richard Sydney-Smith <richard(at)ibisau(dot)com>
To: Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us>, pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Fedora + Yum + 8.1
Date: 2006-01-09 10:04:13
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Thanks Tom. 8.1 has some very tempting features.... running it on the
windows box ... ayah but I like the lazy days approach of having yum do
the updates so guess the FC4 box will have to await the release of FC5.<br>
<br>
r<br>
<br>
Tom Lane wrote:
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  <pre wrap="">Richard Sydney-Smith <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="mailto:richard(at)ibisau(dot)com">&lt;richard(at)ibisau(dot)com&gt;</a> writes:
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    <pre wrap="">I am running Fedora core 4 with nightly "yum" update. Presently it is 
not picking up version 8.1 as an upgrade.
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    <pre wrap="">1) If I wait will 8.1 get added to the "yummy" list
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Nope.  FC4 is locked to the PG 8.0.x release series.  This goes along
with Red Hat's normal approach to release engineering: upgrades do not
introduce any significant incompatibilities.

PG 8.1 is in Fedora Rawhide == FC5-to-be.

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    <pre wrap="">2) If I add 8.1 via the RPMs will future releases be maintained by "yum" 
or do future upgrades have to continue to be done manually via RPM's
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You can forcibly install any version you like, but it won't be maintained
by the Red Hat/Fedora infrastructure if you do --- at that point it's
on your own head to update the package as needed.

			regards, tom lane




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