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PostgreSQL and Fedora?

Hi,

I'm curious to know whether PostgreSQL works well with Fedora RedHat Linux?
If there are any issues, I would like to know about them.

Many thanks.

Dan

Nov 23 '05 #1
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Hi,

On Thu, 2 Sep 2004, Daniel Secomb wrote:
I'm curious to know whether PostgreSQL works well with Fedora RedHat Linux?
If there are any issues, I would like to know about them.


I've 'just' installed 7.4.5 on FC 2. I also have a production server on
FC 1 also (well, a very small but very frequently updated database...).

There are no platform-specific issues that I can report, but let us know
if you experience some problems...

Regards,
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Devrim GUNDUZ
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Nov 23 '05 #2
Daniel Secomb wrote:
Hi,

I'm curious to know whether PostgreSQL works well with Fedora RedHat Linux?
If there are any issues, I would like to know about them.


No problems AFAICT, unless you want to run two different versions
simultaneously. Then you'll need to compile from source or tweak the
SRPM for the second.

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Richard Huxton
Archonet Ltd

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Nov 23 '05 #3
I am running it on an i686 SMP system using FC2 with no issues.

Terry Fielder
Manager Software Development and Deployment
Great Gulf Homes / Ashton Woods Homes
te***@greatgulfhomes.com
Fax: (416) 441-9085

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Hi,

On Thu, 2 Sep 2004, Daniel Secomb wrote:
I'm curious to know whether PostgreSQL works well with

Fedora RedHat Linux?
If there are any issues, I would like to know about them.


I've 'just' installed 7.4.5 on FC 2. I also have a production
server on
FC 1 also (well, a very small but very frequently updated
database...).

There are no platform-specific issues that I can report, but
let us know
if you experience some problems...

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

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Nov 23 '05 #4
We're running 7.4 on FC2 64bit in production, and 7.4 on FC2 32bit on two
different machines in testing. No problems whatsoever so far. These are
all running on RPMS supplied by Redhat.

Glen Parker
gl******@nwlink.com

I'm curious to know whether PostgreSQL works well with Fedora

RedHat Linux?
If there are any issues, I would like to know about them.

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Nov 23 '05 #5

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