[Pkg-postgresql-public] Moving from PostgreSQL 9.0 to 9.1 in sid

Martin Pitt mpitt at debian.org
Fri Aug 26 14:56:19 UTC 2011

Hello Roger,

Roger Leigh [2011-08-26 12:24 +0100]:
> postgresql-debversion is now built for 9.1; I'll upload it later
> today once I've done some testing.

Splendid, thanks!

> Looking at the package contents, I was wondering if /usr/lib/postgresql
> will be moved to use multiarch paths for wheezy?  i.e.
> /usr/lib/<arch>/postgresql.

I haven't given that much thought, I thought multiarch was primarily
meant for the libraries. I. e. I'm fine with changing libpq to be
multiarch aware, but why do we need it for the server? Is there really
any value in being able to install an i386 postgresql server on an
amd64 machine? Seems like pretty much the last thing you'd want to me?


Martin Pitt                        | http://www.piware.de
Ubuntu Developer (www.ubuntu.com)  | Debian Developer  (www.debian.org)
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