2011/7/2 Tom Lane <tgl(a)redhat.com>:
> Are there any plans to provide PostgreSQL 9.1 in Fedora 16? PostgreSQL
> 9.1 is in beta2 now and it's scheduled for Q3 2011.
If upstream releases it in time, it'll be in F16. I would put the odds
of that no better than 50-50, though. I'm not going to push a new major
PG release into F16 post-beta, and with the F16 beta change deadline
only 2 months away, it's pretty iffy.
Ok, thanks for the information.
Of course, you could always use the PGDG RPMs whenever you think 9.1 is
stable enough for your taste. I'm sure Devrim will be producing RPMs
for F16 as soon as it's released.
I'm tracking his svn repo, but PGSQL 9.1 wasn't updated from alpha3 so
I guess that he has a lot of other activities than providing latest
and greatest PostgreSQL version :)
regards, tom lane
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