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

Christoph Berg myon at debian.org
Sun Aug 28 20:08:29 UTC 2011

Re: Martin Pitt 2011-08-26 <20110826145619.GE2829 at piware.de>
> 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?

The current multiarch implementation doesn't address binaries at all,
so there's not really something to do here for the server. I can see
some applications for cross-platform server packages, but that's
probably not worth the effort.

Migrating libpq sounds like a good idea, though.

cb at df7cb.de | http://www.df7cb.de/
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