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LAPUG_poll what do you use?

From: Matthew Wetmore <m(dot)wetmore(at)secomintl(dot)com>
To: Los Angles PostgreSQL Users Group <lapug(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: LAPUG_poll what do you use?
Date: 2008-03-26 20:13:59
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(open poll questions)

There are many subtle differences between the same pg_numbered
release...versions from source, pg.org, rhel, etc... (oh, like
/var/lib/pgsql vrs. /usr/lib/pgsql)

I'm going to be setting up a pg_play server for us LAPUG'ers
( a place to break things and have others look at them, in a smaller,
more personal, slower environment)

So I'm taking a quick straw poll to see if there is a clear favorite.

Q's:
1.What OS do you use
2.What type of install (rpm, srpm, by-hand-source-build)
3.Where do you get.. (postgresql.org, yum, distro included binaries

(add to bottom of list & trim posts)

1. CentOS 5  rhel.rpm(8.2.6) @postgresql.org  (since rhel5 is still 8.1)


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