when i brought this up before they said it was
cpanel's fault (they use cpanel to administer
everything) b/c cpanel didn't support higher versions.
i'll follow up again and see what cpanel is up to.
while not close to perfect, it is a cheap setup for
learning the craft.
--- Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> wrote:
> <operationsengineer1(at)yahoo(dot)com> writes:
> > i use http://2wdhost.com/ and have had a good
> > experience.
> > they don't use the latest versions of postgresql,
> > though. they use pgsql 7.3.4, php 4.3.10 and
> > 1.3.33 running on redhat.
> 7.3.4 is two years old next week, and there are
> several *critical* bugs
> fixed in the later 7.3.x releases. If they're still
> on 7.3.4, I'd take
> that as conclusive proof that they're either
> incompetent or don't give
> a damn about their PG-using customers. See
> and following pages.
> regards, tom lane
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