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Re: Mediawiki 1.10 and PG 8.3 upgrade

From: Jon Lapham <lapham(at)jandr(dot)org>
To: "Joshua D(dot) Drake" <jd(at)commandprompt(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Mediawiki 1.10 and PG 8.3 upgrade
Date: 2008-05-30 15:09:13
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Joshua D. Drake wrote:
> Jon Lapham wrote:
>> How are we, Joe PostgreSQL users on the street, supposed to know which 
>> instructions to follow?  Have I (very possible) missed some official 
> That would be a question for mediawiki people not PostgreSQL people.

Okay, makes sense.  It just seemed to me that in previous upgrades I 
have done, the mediawiki people complained that these problems were due 
to changes made in postgresql's tsearch2 setup.

Also, a lot of the instructions do seem to be very postgres-oriented 
(for example: hand editting of the pgdump output, etc), not much to do 
on the mediawiki side of things.  Other apps besides mediawiki seem to 
have similar problems, or maybe a better word is upgrade complications.

>> PostgreSQL instructions?  How do we go about triaging tsearch2 problems?
> You could start by giving us PostgreSQL output, not mediawiki output. Up 
> your logging level in the postgresql.conf, reload, and give us a little 
> more context.

Okay, I'll work on that.

> Here are the docs on Tsearch:
> Which is decidedly different from 8.2 to 8.3.
> Here are the docs on logging:


  Jon Lapham  <lapham(at)jandr(dot)org>                Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

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