I'm working on enterprise GIS application on open source PHP and need to implement PostgreSQL 9.3.x and PostGIS it's one of the extension.
So i urge cpanel team to implement this in future.
I would like to see cPanel create and maintain its own PostgreSQL repository, much like how MySQL is currently handled, thus allowing server admins to give their users access to versions of PostgreSQL that are newer than what's available in the OS repositories.
This would allow admins to more easily upgrade to newer versions of the software, regardless of which OS they're on, without having to hack system files or wait for the OS developers to decide a version is stable enough to force an upgrade on everyone.
At times, PostgreSQL has introduced new features that would be widely useful to many (such as native full-text searching), but it's hard for developers to take advantage of those features when the majority of people using PostgreSQL will be stuck on an older version not supporting those features.
It should also be noted that PostgreSQL maintains its own repos for CentOS, Fedora and RHEL, so they have RPMs available for those OSes for the latest versions of PostgreSQL even when the official OS repos don't have those versions available. It might be easier to use these repos instead of trying to maintain your own.