Re: postgresql-9.1 will replace postgresql-9.0 over the next weeks
Good news first: postgresql-9.0 will stay around for a bit longer due
to feedback. It though will go away eventually, but not as soon as I
had thought. It definitely will go away before wheezy goes into freeze
postgresql-9.1 final was released and I started to prepare the
backport. Be cautious like with all .0 versions, but no major bug is
known so the 9.1.0 followed the rc1 timely. I will give another mail
once the timeframe for 9.0 removal is known, for the time being I though
suggest to give 9.1 a try already to not have to rush that then.
Thanks, and rest of the mail is kept for context.
* Gerfried Fuchs <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2011-09-02 13:16:22 CEST]:
> Just to let you know, postgresql-9.1 will be uploaded potentially next
> week, and it might be not too long after that postgresql-9.0 will get
> removed from the main archive, and thus also get removed from the
> backports pool: <http://bugs.debian.org/639465>
> Please follow the upgrade instructions therein and switch from 9.0 to
> 9.1 as soon as it's possible for you. I will announce the removal of
> 9.0 from the backports pool on debian-backports-announce like we've done
> it in the past; this mail is just an information for your convenience so
> that you are aware of how it is planned to move along here.
> If you have a package that depends on postgresql-9.0 please upgrade it
> to the version that will support postgresql-9.1; from a quick glance we
> don't seem to have such a package within the backports pool, but people
> might have private packages.
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