[pkg-xtuple-maintainers] Bug#724305: [Pkg-postgresql-public] PostgreSQL 9.1 support in jessie?

Daniel Pocock daniel at pocock.com.au
Tue Sep 24 06:38:45 UTC 2013

On 24/09/13 07:54, Martin Pitt wrote:
> Daniel Pocock [2013-09-23 19:20 +0200]:
>> I'm just wondering about the status of PostgreSQL 9.1 for jessie, will
>> it still be included?
> No, as usual we will only support one major version in each Debian
> release, which will be 9.3. We will remove 9.1 soon, and rebuild all
> extensions against 9.3, and only keep older versions on
> apt.postgresql.org.
> 9.1 is already quite old, and won't be supported upstream long enough
> for jessie's lifetime.
>> The recently uploaded PostBooks packages don't work with 9.3 and
>> upstream's compatibility matrix doesn't mention 9.3 yet:
> Hmm, if that is a recent project, why has it been developed against a
> rather old PostgreSQL? At least 9.2 has been around for 1.5 years now.

I suspect that as it is a business software application they are
supporting users who have RHEL6 or Ubuntu LTS.  Those platforms seem to
be allowing people to run existing PostgreSQL server versions for 5
years or more

> There's still plenty of time to get it ported to 9.3, though, jessie
> only just started.

We're tracking this issue now, I'll follow up with upstream

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