CentOS Release 6.8
I installed it with contrib...yum, but the folder contrib is not created in pgsql.
When you type the psql command, psql (8.4.xx, server 9.1.xx) appears.
Is the postgresql version probably 9.1?
I forgot to mention that I have created two database clusters so that I can use two postgres.Change the port
I would like to use hstore in postgresql.
I put yum install postgresql-contrib.x86_64 which seems to contain hstore.control in yum.
In order to re-enable the hstore type,
Create EXTENSION hstore; but
ERROR: could not open extension control file "/path/extension/hstore.control": ENOENT
It is said that there is no file.
When I actually checked the file, it was not found.
Please give me guidance.
Is there anything missing?
There seems to be no hstore data...
I think the installation went well...
As a result, the psql version seemed to be 8.4 to 9.1, and the 9.1 data seemed to have a different path.
I deleted the previous psql, and after that, I was able to install the hstore type and it worked well, and the hstore type worked without any problems, and everything was solved.
Thank you, everyone.
For CentOS 6.8, the version of PostgreSQL (including contrib) installed from the yum repository of CentOS should be
9.1.x is expected to have been installed in a different way, so I think
postgresql-contrib will be installed in the same way to make
hstore EXTENSION available.
# If you installed it from PostgreSQL yum repository, it should be the RPM name with the version name
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