Jim C. Nasby wrote:
>If a database is created with a 64 bit version of initdb, would a 32bit
>backend be able to talk to it? Likewise, would a backend compiled by a
>different compiler be able to?
Not in my experience at least from going 32 bit intel to 64bit opteron.
>If there was some kind of incompatability, would the backend just refuse
>to start, or would it start and start silently trashing data?
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