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Re: pgsql default version
nia <nia%NetBSD.org@localhost> writes:
(I don't really understand how much we care about having a default that
some packages don't build with. This is easy to adjust for building
from source, and running postgresql seriously but not wanting to build
packages to me doesn't really go together. But I think the default
shouldn'tq exclude lots of things.)
Last I heard, where we were was:
Taylor proposed moving to a pretty recent version.
I pointed out that lots of things don't build with that.
I pointed out that we were too close to freeze.
So now we are comfortably away from freeze and some things are updated.
I reran my script (after updating to 95 as base) on the 9.0 aarch64
2020Q2 packages, and:
MISSING 10 postgresql10-pgroonga
MISSING 11 collectd-postgresql11
MISSING 11 postgresql11
MISSING 11 postgresql11-client
MISSING 11 postgresql11-contrib
MISSING 11 postgresql11-pg_repack
MISSING 11 postgresql11-pgpool2
MISSING 11 postgresql11-pgroonga
MISSING 11 postgresql11-plperl
MISSING 11 postgresql11-plpython
MISSING 11 postgresql11-pltcl
MISSING 11 postgresql11-redislog
MISSING 11 postgresql11-repmgr
MISSING 11 postgresql11-server
MISSING 11 proftpd-postgresql11-1.3.6c.tgz
MISSING 12 postgresql12-pg_repack
MISSING 12 postgresql12-pgpool2
MISSING 12 postgresql12-pgroonga
and it seems that postgresql11 did not even build.
So I am in favor of:
flip to 10 immediately (I can, or you are welcome to)
hope somebody updates pgroonga
maybe fix 11 for aarch64 or see if that's real
somebody take a look at pg_repacka nd pgpool2, and update if we're
overdue, poke upstream, and basically give up if this doesn't work
after seeing how the updates in previous item play out, flip to 11 or
12 before 8/15 to be comfortabley before Q3
What do you think we should do?
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