> I'm assuming the problem is because the PG_VERSION file in the data
> directory says 8.3, so I'm making a copy of the directory, changing that
> 8.2 and see if it will start with that.
Well that didn't work!
[postgres(at)stirling pgData-8.2]$ pg_ctl -o '-i' start
2007-07-25 12:13:25 EST @ FATAL: database files are incompatible with
2007-07-25 12:13:25 EST @ DETAIL: The database cluster was initialized
with PG_CONTROL_VERSION 831, but the server was compiled with
2007-07-25 12:13:25 EST @ HINT: It looks like you need to initdb.
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