On 9/20/07, Carol Walter <walterc(at)indiana(dot)edu> wrote:
> We just did this. I did a pg_dumpall using 8.1. Then we fired up
> 8.2 while 8.1 was still running. Uploaded the data to 8.2. Then
> shut 8.1 down. This allowed us to have the database unavailable for
> a very short time.
If this is truely what you did, you are a very lucky person. You are always
supposed to dump the old database using the new versions
pg_dump/pg_dumpall. That way, pg_dump/pg_dumpall can set up the data for
any changes made by the newer version.
Just an fyi for those following this thread.
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