#4201 postgres 9.2

Added_to_Fink
closed-accepted
5
2012-10-22
2012-09-11
No

Does this package have OS version restrictions?
Not sure
Which section does it belong in?
database
Have you built it with -m --build-as-nobody?
Yep

Based on the 9.1 version - to upgrade the database you need to install the postgres92-dev package and run:

sudo -u postgres /sw/bin/pg_upgrade -d /sw/var/postgresql-9.1/data/ -D /sw/var/postgresql-9.2/data/ -b /sw/opt/postgresql-9.1/bin/ -B /sw/opt/postgresql-9.2/bin/

Discussion

  • Damian Dimmich

    Damian Dimmich - 2012-09-11

    postgres 9.2 info file

     
  • Damian Dimmich

    Damian Dimmich - 2012-09-11

    and the 9.2 patch (same as the 9.0/9.1)

     
  • Hanspeter Niederstrasser

    Thank you for the submission. Have you contacted the postgresql9X maintainer? I brought this up with him a bit ago, and he seemed to think that postgres 9.2 needed some extra changes, but he wasn't sure since it was a while ago since he last looked at it.

     
  • Hanspeter Niederstrasser

    • milestone: 373615 --> 373614
    • assigned_to: nobody --> rangerrick
     
  • Damian Dimmich

    Damian Dimmich - 2012-10-03

    Hi Hans - no I did not contact the maintainer. As far as I can tell this did not need any further changes. I've been running 9.2 since I submitted this (and upgraded my db's from 9.1). I'm not aware of any further changes required - you still need to update/migrate your databases but thats normal.

     
  • Hanspeter Niederstrasser

    • milestone: 373614 --> Added_to_Fink
    • status: open --> closed-accepted
     
  • Hanspeter Niederstrasser

    Added to the 10.6 tree. Unfortunately, I can't test postgresql packages on my 10.7 machine. If you want to have it added to 10.7, please ask on fink-devel or the IRC channel #fink for someone to test it. I see no reason why it shouldn't work, but I don't want to blindly commit it.

    Thanks for the submission.

     

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