The Postgres-XL project currently does not provide any up-to date binary packages (rpm, deb, etc.). We acknowledge this issue, and are working on addressing it in the near future. Until the packages are available, you need to install Postgres-XL from sources, as explained in the documentation.
For the latest code, please visit the official git repository. You are probably interested in two branches:
- XL9_5_STABLE – Postgres-XL 9.5, the latest officially released stable version
- master – development branch, currently Postgres-XL 10 alpha2
For convenience, we also offer a tarball for the latest stable release of Postgres-XL 9.5: postgres-xl-9.5r1.6.tar.bz2.
You can also try the upcoming Postgres-XL 10 release, currently in alpha stage: postgres-xl-10alpha2.tar.bz2.
Install from sources
As mentioned above, the documentation explains how to install Postgres-XL from sources, but let us show you an extremely short summary of the instructions. If you have ever installed PostgreSQL from sources, the steps are exactly the same.
git clone git://git.postgresql.org/git/postgres-xl.git cd postgres-xl ./configure make -j4 sudo make install cd contrib make -j4 sudo make install
Note: You may tweak the -j parameter depending on the number of CPU cores in your system.
Source tarballs and RPMs for old and now unsupported releases can be found here.