Its not available in rpm or premade binary forms in its current instantiation, not a big deal for me, but it raises the barrier to entry.
If it was packaged into an RPM, what would be the process to get it added to postgresql's yum repositories? February 2 2016 10:24 AM, "Joshua D. Drake" <j...@commandprompt.com> wrote: > On 02/02/2016 02:47 AM, José Luis Tallón wrote: > >> On 02/02/2016 02:05 AM, Curtis Ruck wrote: >>> [snip] >>> >>> P.S., do you know what sucks, having a highly performant PostGIS >>> database that works great, and being told to move to Oracle or SQL >>> Server (because they have auditing). Even though they charge extra >>> for Geospatial support (seriously?) or when they don't even have >>> geospatial support (10 years ago). My customer would prefer to >>> re-engineer software designed around PostgreSQL and pay the overpriced >>> licenses, than not have auditing. I agree that their cost analysis is >>> probably way off, even 10 years later, my only solution would be to >>> move to Oracle, SQL Server, a NoSQL solution, or pay EnterpriseDB for >>> their 2 year old version that doesn't have all the cool/modern jsonb >>> support. > > PostgreSQL has auditing. It is available now, just not in core. Postgis isn't > available in core > either and it seems to do just fine. > > JD > > -- Command Prompt, Inc. http://the.postgres.company > +1-503-667-4564 > PostgreSQL Centered full stack support, consulting and development. > Everyone appreciates your honesty, until you are honest with them. -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers