why don't you just compile Postgres and install it on your existing server?
You could even run it besides your productive PG 7.xxx if you just
switch the 8.1 to another port like 5433.
I dont know about FC3 but at least SuSE keeps its own binaries in
/usr/bin and this seems to be something like a tradition for the
If you follow PG's documentation with default locations your own
binaries would land in /usr/local/pgsql.
Lan Barnes schrieb:
>On Mon, Jan 30, 2006 at 10:49:02AM -0800, Lan Barnes wrote:
>>I'm about to embark on some major development of data bases both at home
>>and at work. In both cases, my servers, which are functioning perfectly,
>>are installed with FC3 (postgresql-7.4.6-1.FC3.1)
>>Would it be recommended to upgrade to FC4 before starting to get pg 8? I
>>really don't want to spend the time right now, but I also don't want to
>>pay for it later with an upgrade that will include table and data
>Answering my own question. I'm going for it! (I got a second server at
>work to bring up _before_ taking the other down -- feels lots safer :-)
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