Am 29.08.2011 18:10, schrieb Tom Lane:
> Andreas<maps(dot)on(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
>> This works nicely with a PG 8.4.8 on Windows but fails with a PG 8.4.0
>> on openSuse 11.1.
> Well, without a concrete test case it's hard to say, but certainly there
> have been a lot of bugs fixed between 8.4.0 and 8.4.8.
> If I had to bet based on the small amount of information you've shown
> us, I'd wonder whether the projects table has had any columns dropped
> from it. If this is related to one of the dropped-column bugs we've
> fixed, you could presumably work around it by dropping and recreating
> the projects table. But updating to 8.4.current would be a much better
This table was one of the first in the db and got added columns and
The 8.4.0 was part of the distribution and they keep the version.
I'm a wee bit worried to manually upgrade since the OS release is out of
service for some time and I can't physically get to the box, yet. But
there is a new setup coming soon Then with 9.0.3 AFAIK. So there is hope.
I can't drop the table b/c there are a number of references.
Would a backup & restore of the db cure those lurking issues even with
The thing is running over a year I'd say without a restore but daily
Thanks for your reply. :)
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