Posts Tagged "Ubuntu"

More ‘POWER’ for PostgreSQL

Now Available! Debian and Ubuntu packages for Power Architecture. The official announcement was published last Friday, September 30, 2016: the PostgreSQL repository for Debian and Ubuntu packages, apt.postgresql.org, has been extended by adding binary packages of IBM’s Little Endian POWER8 architecture.

Postgres and devops: testing 9.3 with Vagrant and Puppet – part two

In a previous blog post, I have gone through the steps of setting up a basic CentOS 6.4 64bit Linux distribution using Vagrant on your Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Linux. We will continue digging in the devops culture/movement and finally setup PostgreSQL 9.3 using Puppet in a local virtual machine.

Postgres and devops: testing 9.3 with Vagrant and Puppet – part one

My top #1 open source tool that I have discovered in the last year is definitely Vagrant. Vagrant is a software that helps you build and configure virtual environments for development and testing purposes. Vagrant relies on virtual machine providers such as VirtualBox, VMWare and AWS, as well as provisioning tools such as Chef and…

Using Greenplum 4.1 in Ubuntu 11.10

Greenplum does not officially support Ubuntu Server 11.10 as underlying operating system. However, I needed to install it on the most recent Ubuntu server just to perform some tests and evaluate it.

Installing Greenplum Single Node Edition on Ubuntu 10.4 (Lucid)

Officially Greenplum Database Single Node Edition (SNE) is only installable on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and SUSE Linux Enteprise Server (SLES), but while surfing the web I have seen many requests on how to install it on Debian/Ubuntu. Here I’m trying to give you some advices.