On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 6:43 AM, Tim Uckun <timuckun(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> It looks like most avenues for high availability with postgres are not
> available if one of the machines is a 64 bit machine and the other a 32.
> Somebody on this list suggested I install a 32 bit version of postgres on my
> x64 machine. What's the best way to handle this? Should I compile it fresh?
> Install the 32 bit binaries? Can I just copy the binaries from the
Copying from the secondary should work as long as you have 32-bit
versions of the libraries it needs.
> I presume I am going to have to drop all the databases and reload them of
Worse than that--you'll have to run initdb and then restore from
scratch. Might be a good idea to save the existing data directory so
you can roll back to 64-bit if the restore doesn't go smoothly.
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