Today, I decided to upgrade PostgreSQL from 9.1.5 to 9.2.0 on one of my computers. Ironically, PostgreSQL 9.2.1 was released today, but until the FreeBSD ports hierarchy catches up, the most recent version available is 9.2.0, unless of course you want to do everything yourself. Continue reading Upgrading PostgreSQL from 9.1.5 to 9.2.0
Not long ago it was announced that the FreeBSD ports tree will cease exporting its Subversion repository to CVS, and subsequently any use of CVSup for updating the ports tree will be discontinued by February 28th 2013.
FreeBSD’s main source tree repository has been served by Subversion since late May 2008 with every commit done in the Subversion repository being exported to the old CVS repository, but no date has been announced when that Subversion to CVS transfer will be shut down. Stay tuned for more information.
Nonetheless, this is a Good Time™ to begin the transition from CVSup to Subversion once and for all. And why not set up your own FreeBSD Subversion repository mirror for both the main source tree and the ports tree well ahead of the transition? Continue reading Making your own FreeBSD Subversion repository mirror