Bruce Momjian writes:
> Note: If you are upgrading an existing system and are going to
> install the new files over the old ones, then you should have
> backed up your data and shut down the old server by now, as
> explained in the Section called If You Are Upgrading above.
> In fact, we are a unclear about exactly when you need a dump/reload and
> when you don't. Seems the INSTALL file should have a clearer setup for
> folks upgrading from 7.3 to 7.3.1.
There's a hidden "...backed up your data, if required, ..." in there that
only the author can see. ;-) But I think the section called If You Are
Upgrading makes it rather clear when a backup is required.
Peter Eisentraut peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net
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