Tommy Gildseth wrote:
> Richard Huxton wrote:
>> paul(at)wayr(dot)org wrote:
>>> Unfornatly, i can't update pgsql to 8.3 since it's not in debian stable.
>> That's why backports.org was invented :-)
>> Or does can't mean "not allowed to"?
> Well, running production servers from backports can be a risky
> proposition too, and can land you in situations like the one discussed
> in "Debian packages for Postgres 8.2" from the General list.
Well, there's a reason why "stable" is a popular choice for production
servers. I must admit that I build from source for my PostgreSQL
packages (because I care which version I run). I was reading one of the
Perl fellows recommending the same.
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