Thanks for your help.
There was a problem related to server its picking the old server executable
this is returning the version 8.3.1 therefore I am giving my postgres path
now its showing correct version.
Who is installed this /usr/bin/postgres executable?
I have one more problem:
I have installed the postgres 8.3.7 on Fedora 9 machine
using PostgreSQL Installation Instructions.
./configure --prefix /var/lib/pgsql
My question is that everything is fine but its not showing the directory
/usr/include/pgsql that contains the server and headers file etc.
This directoy is required to build any user application using the postgres.
Am I missing something?
One more question is there any RPM available for postgres 8.3.7.
I tried to search on postgres site but its not available for 8.3.7.
On 9/21/09, Tim Bowden <tim(dot)bowden(at)westnet(dot)com(dot)au> wrote:
> On Mon, 2009-09-21 at 19:14 +0800, Tim Bowden wrote:
> > see postgresql-8.4.1/contrib/start-scripts/linux
> Um, maybe try postgresql-8.3.7 src instead... Got that path from the
> latest postgresql in my src dir :o
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