Lou Picciano <loupicciano(at)comcast(dot)net> wrote:
> Is any 'upgrade' required to move a 9.0.1 cluster to 9.0.2?
The "general rule" on this is here:
To quote from that page:
| Upgrading to a minor release does not require a dump and restore;
| merely stop the database server, install the updated binaries, and
| restart the server. For some releases, manual changes may be
| required to complete the upgrade, so always read the release notes
| before upgrading.
The release notes for the most recent minor release for each
supported major release is available from the main PostgreSQL page:
In this case, the release notes page is:
| E.1.1. Migration to Version 9.0.2
| A dump/restore is not required for those running 9.0.X.
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