Gergely CZUCZY wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 11:53:35AM -0500, Carol Walter wrote:
>> A colleague told me that the latest stable release of PostgreSQL is 8.1.x. I thought it was 8.2.4. What is the latest stable release?
>> I thought there was a problem with autovacuum in the earlier releases. Can anyone comment?
> Have you tried to check out the website of the project?
> Let me help you, it's http://www.postgresql.org/
> I'm sure you've read it, while you was looking for this list...
I'm guessing Carol did see it but still has confusion over
whether a "major" or "latest" release is considered "stable".
I see the web site mention that 8.3's the "latest" release;
and on other pages it says 8.2.3 is the latest release, and
sometimes other versions.
With all the bizarre numbering schemes software uses,
where sometimes 2.0.0 means "unstable"; perhaps it'd be
nice if our versioning page explicitly said "Our major
releases are stable releases that we consider suitable for
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