Re: [NOVICE] Upgrade, Install, RPM
--- On Thu, 11/13/08, Devrim GÜNDÜZ wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-11-12 at 17:54 -0800, Bruce Hyatt wrote:
> > - Is version 8.3 compatible with CentOS 4 as it
> appears to be. (I have
> > all requirements listed in paragraph 15.2 of the
> Yes, you can run 8.3 on CentOS 4. see
> > - I like using RPMs to facilitate security updates
> (via yum) but the
> > highest RPM version I found (on a quick search) is
> 8.2.3. It appears
> > 8.3 improvements are largely performance improvements
> for high-volume
> > transaction-processing situations, right?
> See the link above.
I started following the major upgrade instructions found in the RPM installation instructions at the site mentioned above. I stopped the server and then ran the /bin/rpm -e command which returned "package /bin/rpm -qa|grep postgresql^ is not installed."
/bin/rpm -q postgresql shows that postgresql is indeed installed. It seems to be a problem with the placement of the single-quotes but I can't find any other examples of passing strings to rpm in my reference book to help figure it out.
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