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Re: Performance on Sun Fire X4150 x64 (dd, bonnie++, pgbench)

From: Emil Pedersen <emil(dot)pedersen(at)its(dot)uu(dot)se>
To: Stephane Bailliez <sbailliez(at)gmail(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-performance(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Performance on Sun Fire X4150 x64 (dd, bonnie++, pgbench)
Date: 2008-07-21 23:20:52
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> Yes I'd definitely prefer to go 8.3 as well but there are a couple
> reasons for now I have to suck it up:
> - 8.2 is the one in the 7.10 repository.
> - I need plr as well and 8.3-plr debian package does not exist yet.
>
> (I know in both cases we could recompile and install it from there,
> but ...)

At least on debian it was quite easy to "backport" 8.3.3 from sid
to etch using apt-get's source and build-dep functions.  That way
you get a normal installable package.

I'm not sure, but given the similarity I would guess it won't be
much harder on ubuntu.

// Emil


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