The world rejoiced as malebox4spam(at)yahoo(dot)com (Phil Berman) wrote:
> Does anyone know if Postgres runs/will run on Solaris
> 10? If not, will it be released for that OS?
At some point, probably. It would be surprising for version 10 to be
_so_ incompatible with its predecessors that PostgreSQL would be
totally broken there.
But Sun seems to still be in the "preparing to release it" phase; it
will be tough to predict what happens before release. And it's not
evident that version 10 is necessarily something to jump to quickly.
-> If it's not much different from Solaris 9, then there's likely
little value to leaping to 10 quickly;
-> If it _is_ terribly different, then there's a significant risk
in being an 'early adopter.'
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