Hello,I'd like to install postgresql on our z Linux system, which is running Redhat 8. When I go to the postgresql download page for Redhat, it lists the available architectures as x86_64m ppc64Ie and aarch64. I believe that none of them are applicable and that we would want a s390x architecture version.It looks like, in the past, this may have been provided, but I don't think it is anymore.Is there a repository that contains an installation that I can use on Redhat 8 on Linux for z?Or, do I need to run the postgresql build on our machine? (I see instructions on the ibm git page linux-on-ibm-z/docs/wiki/Building-PostgreSQL-14.x?Thank you for any help!
You could deploy postgresql version contains into your RedHat8 instance if you want. [linux1@rhel ~]$ sudo yum search postgresql-server
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postgresql-server.s390x : The programs needed to create and run a PostgreSQL server
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postgresql-server-devel.s390x : PostgreSQL development header files and libraries
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