[Pkg-postgresql-public] Bug#756007: postgresql-common: remember to update the README when changing the default!
myon at debian.org
Mon Jul 28 16:55:48 UTC 2014
Re: Thorsten Glaser 2014-07-25 <20140725120728.29017.35377.reportbug at tglase.lan.tarent.de>
> Package: postgresql-common
> Version: 159
> Severity: normal
> /usr/share/doc/postgresql-9.4/README.Debian.gz still says:
You cut some important context from your quote:
| Due to this default cluster, an immediate attempt to upgrade an
| earlier 'main' cluster to a new version will fail and you need to
| remove the newer default cluster first. E. g., if you have
| postgresql-9.1 installed and want to upgrade to 9.3, you first install
> |Then drop the default 9.3 cluster:
> | pg_dropcluster 9.3 main --stop
> |And then upgrade the 9.1 cluster to the latest installed version (e. g. 9.3):
> | pg_upgradecluster 9.1 main
> Following these instructions is dangerous if 9.3 is your
> current old version, from which to upgrade to 9.4, ofc.
Nonetheless, we will update this example.
> Please remember to always update this file when changing
> the default psql server version too!
Thanks for the witty reminder.
cb at df7cb.de | http://www.df7cb.de/
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