PostgreSQL 14 beta 2 is released. As written in the announcement, "In the spirit of the open source PostgreSQL community, we strongly encourage you to test the new features of PostgreSQL 14 in your systems to help us eliminate bugs or other issues that may exist."
Rocky Linux 8.4 is released today. I already added support and wrote down instructions about how to install PostgreSQL on Rocky Linux 8, and now it is time for a short blog post about migrating from CentOS 8 to Rocky Linux 8. Please note that if you are using CentOS 8 Stream, this blog post is not suitable for you.
These steps are experimental for now -- use the instructions at your own risk. It worked for me, though.
Rocky Linux 8 RC is out. This is a great step for the final release. Rocky Linux is a "community enterprise operating system designed to be 100% bug-for-bug compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux". Thus, PostgreSQL packages built for RHEL will also work on Rocky Linux 8 (and already verified this!)
PostgreSQL RPM repository has been out for quite a long time, and we've been building packages since PostgreSQL 7.3. If you are using an unsupported PostgreSQL version or Red Hat / CentOS / Scientific Linux / Oracle Linux release for some reason and need RPMs of those releases, we have archives of them.
In the latest 3 minor releases of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, Red Hat have broken LLVM compatibility with the previous minor releases (like introducing LLVM 8 with RHEL 8.1, LLVM 9 with RHEL 8.2, and LLVM 10 with RHEL 8.3).
As of today's updates, if you are using RHEL/CentOS/OL 7, -devel subpackages in 11 and above require an extra repo to be enabled on your system for llvm and clang. Other distros and PostgreSQL versions are not affected. Please note that only -devel subpackage require this repo.