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New sets of PostgreSQL RPMS are available for download

From: Devrim GUNDUZ <devrim(at)gunduz(dot)org>
To: pgsqlrpms-general(at)pgfoundry(dot)org, pgsqlrpms-hackers(at)pgfoundry(dot)org,pgsql-announce(at)PostgreSQL(dot)org,PostgreSQL Mailing Lists-General <pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: New sets of PostgreSQL RPMS are available for download
Date: 2005-02-25 18:33:46
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PostgreSQL RPM Set Update
2005-02-25

Version(s): 8.0.1, 7.4.7

New set labels: 7.4.7-2PGDG, 8.0.1-2PGDG
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Update Info:

PostgreSQL RPM Building Project has released RPMs for 8.0.1 and 7.4.7 to 
fix some issues (see below), and they are available in main FTP site and 
its mirrors after sync.

It is strongly recommended that administrators upgrade their database 
servers at their earliest convenience.

It should be noted that, for those looking to upgrade from a 7.4.0/7.4.1
server to 7.4.7, that there a dump-n-reload is *recommended* (but not
required) to address a fix introduced between 7.4.1 and 7.4.2. Please
refer to the 7.4.7 HISTORY file for information on how this can be
accomplished without a dump-n-reload, as there are steps that can be
followed for this.

RPMs and SRPMs for Fedora Core {1-2-3}, Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Enterprise Server 3.0 (x86 & x64_64), Red Hat Linux 9 are available 
now, more to come later.

Each RPM has been signed by the builder, and each directory contains a
CURRENT_MAINTAINER file which includes the name/email of the package
builder and link to their PGP key.

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Changes since 8.0.1-1PGDG

- - Repair improper error message in init script when PGVERSION doesn't 
match. (Tom Lane)
- - Arrange for auto update of version embedded in init script. (Tom Lane)
- - Update JDBC jars (Devrim Gunduz)

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Changes since 7.4.7-1PGDG
- - Repair improper error message in init script when PGVERSION doesn't 
match. (Tom Lane)
- - Arrange for auto update of version embedded in init script. (Tom Lane)
- - Patch additional buffer overruns in plpgsql (CAN-2005-0247) (Tom Lane)
- - Fix improper call of strerror_r, which leads to junk error messages in 
libpq (Tom Lane, Devrim Gunduz)

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If you experience problems with the RPMs or if you have a feature
requests, please join

         pgsqlrpms-general(at)pgfoundry(dot)org

More info about the list is found at:

         http://lists.pgfoundry.org/mailman/listinfo/pgsqlrpms-general

You can also report any bugs to pgsql-bugs(at)postgresql(dot)org

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Please download these from one of our FTP mirror sites:

http://www.PostgreSQL.org/mirrors-ftp.html

or via our  FTP browser:

http://www.PostgreSQL.org/ftp/binary

or from Bittorrent (Thanks to David Fetter) :

http://bt.PostgreSQL.org

Regards,
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Devrim GUNDUZ 
devrim~gunduz.org, devrim~PostgreSQL.org, devrim.gunduz~linux.org.tr
http://www.tdmsoft.com                         http://www.gunduz.org
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