i saw this,
when i look at the script,
this adds a separate repository
as a sysadmin i try to avoid having many repository sources,
as this makes dist-upgrades and maintenance often harder
thank you for the feedback
Hanefi Onaldi schreef op di 15-12-2020 om 11:07 [+0000]:
> Hi Wim,
> The latest citus package on PGDG repos are for 8.0.0 version that was
> released on 2018.
> Citus creates and maintains its packages in a seperate repository.
> You can use the instructions at Citus website to install that
> repository at https://citusdata.com/download >
> For a sense of completeness, here are the steps to install latest
> Citus 9.5 running on PG13 on Debian based distros:
> curl https://install.citusdata.com/community/deb.sh | sudo bash
> sudo apt-get -y install postgresql-13-citus-9.5
> From: Wim Bertels <[hidden email]>
> Date: Tuesday, 15 December 2020 13:04
> To: [hidden email] <[hidden email]>
> Cc: Dimitri Fontaine <[hidden email]>
> Subject: [EXTERNAL] postgresql-11-citus (12, 13)
> concerning: postgresql-11-citus
> i guess this is no longer maintained or continued as a package for
> current version 12, 13?
> nonetheless, thank you for all the work done, much appreciated
I am one of the maintainers of the Citus packaging repositories. Feel free to ask away if you have any issues.
Currently Citus Community repository contains only packages for the postgresql extensions we develop and maintain as a team. Namely citus, pg_auto_failover, topn, hll, pg_cron. The naming of the packages are different than
those in PGDG to avoid any conflicts, and Citus repository is the place to find the most up to date packages.