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Installation (or setup) of a database application, is the act of putting the application onto a computer system so that it can be executed.

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Is there a binary available for Debian 8? Yes, and you should be using the binary. For Debian 8 (Jessie) you'll find PostgreSQL 9.4 In jessie-backports, you can find 9.6 Just use apt-get to i …
answered Jul 8 '17 by Evan Carroll
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PostgreSQL's PDPG only creates separate packages for LTS releases, however it seems to suggest that it should work in the FAQ I am using a non-LTS release of Ubuntu Non-LTS releases of Ubuntu ar …
answered Jan 22 '17 by Evan Carroll
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For the purposes of this post, Ubuntu is used interchangeably with Debian. PostgreSQL has a ton of dependencies. Building PostgreSQL means installing the headers for a lot of things. Alternatively, y …
answered Dec 19 '16 by Evan Carroll
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support side by side installation of prepared instances of SQL Server 2012 with earlier versions of SQL Server on the same computer. For example, you cannot prepare a SQL Server 2008 R2 instance side by …
answered Aug 3 '17 by Evan Carroll
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From the docs, Compiling Yourself If you are running Windows, you need to run the MSBuild command in the Visual Studio command prompt. msbuild /p:pgversion=9.4 /p:configuration=Release /p:platform= …
answered Feb 9 '17 by Evan Carroll
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14.0.3038.14-2+ New versions of SQL Server (14.0.3038.14-2+) no longer conflicts with libcurl3. Depends: libunwind8, libnuma1, libc6, adduser, libjemalloc1, libc++1, gdb, debconf, hostname, libss …
answered Sep 25 '18 by Evan Carroll
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In Windows, the installer used wasn't provided by PostgreSQL, but instead by one of their third party providers. Usually these third parties bundle by default the -contrib modules that would be packag …
answered Sep 26 '18 by Evan Carroll
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This error is because the Official PostgreSQL PPA for Cosmic is currently building against libllvm6.0. That's an import from Debian Sid, currently Ubuntu is building against the newer libllvm7.0. To g …
answered Oct 16 '18 by Evan Carroll
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Wget Or, instead of curl you can use wget instead, wget https://packages.microsoft.com/config/ubuntu/16.04/prod.list -O - | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/msprod.list Don't forget to sudo apt-ge …
answered Sep 6 '18 by Evan Carroll
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This is because both of those packages are in the Ubuntu Universe, to enable that repository you can use, sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu $(lsb_release -sc) universe" …
answered Jul 21 '18 by Evan Carroll
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According to Microsoft you have to pay for these versions of their operating system if you want to run their "Enterprise" SQL Server. Windows Server 2016 Datacenter Windows Server 2016 Standard Wind …
answered Feb 14 '17 by Evan Carroll
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For good reason PostgreSQL 8.4 ceased being supported at July 2014. Moreover, PostgreSQL doesn't host compiled versions for Windows, and Enterprise DB likely doesn't want to incur the liability of hos …
answered Jan 31 '18 by Evan Carroll
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From the docs on CREATE EXTENSION PostgreSQL will create the extension using details from the file SHAREDIR/extension/extension_name.control. You need to check what SHAREDIR is set to with pg_co …
answered Dec 8 '17 by Evan Carroll
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These are actually very poor instructions on how to remove the Microsoft SQL Server. SQL Server installs these associated packages. mssql-server mssql-server-fts mssql-tools msodbcsql unixodbc-dev …
answered May 22 '17 by Evan Carroll
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You need to install the contrib modules. They're often not bundled with PostgreSQL. postgresql-contrib - additional facilities for PostgreSQL (supported version) they provide the files it's look …
answered Nov 17 '16 by Evan Carroll