On Thu, 11 Jun 1998,
> >Bruce Momjian:
> >> PG_VERSION is now 6.4. initdb everyone. Or did we decide not to do
> >> this if we could help it. I think we will still need to run initdb,
> >> move the data files.
> >I had thought we were going to avoid changing this unless there were
> >to persistant structures. Do you know what changed to require this?
> Humm... I think:
> Even if catalogs would not be changed, initdb is required
> since we have added a new function octet_length().
> Please correct me if I'm wrong.
With the bits I've claimed, were going to have even more functions, and a
new data type (large objects), so initdb is certain IMO.
Peter Mount, peter(at)maidstone(dot)gov(dot)uk
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