[Pkg-postgresql-public] Bug#709840: postgresql-client-common: pg_dump version is old (9.0.6)

Rene Horn ndogg at supercheetah.net
Sun May 26 23:36:22 UTC 2013

But what other packages have pg_dump in it, particularly one for Postgres 9.1?  The only one I could find was this one.  If there's a more up to date version of this package somewhere other than Sid, it's not obvious.


On Sun, May 26, 2013 at 02:55:45PM -0700, Christoph Berg wrote:
> Re: Rene Horn 2013-05-25 <20130525214551.21814.1723.reportbug at localhost>
> > Package: postgresql-client-common
> > Version: 143
> > Severity: important
> > 
> > Dear Maintainer,
> > 
> > The current version of pg_dump (and pg_dumpall too)in the package is not compatible with the current version of PostgreSQL.  Other tools in the package (e.g. createdb) are up to date though.
> Hi,
> this is not a bug. You should be using the pg_dump that matches the
> version of the server you are using (or use the new version's pg_dump
> if you are upgrading).
> You can install several postgresql-client packages in parallel if you
> wish. (From different Debian distributions, from backports, or from
> apt.postgresql.org.)
> Christoph
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