On Sun, Dec 7, 2008 at 1:23 PM, Gerd Koenig <koenig(at)transporeon(dot)com> wrote:
> we're planning an upgrade from Postgres 8.3.1 to latest 8.3.5 via rpm
> (Opensuse 10.3 - 64bit).
> Is it really that simple ?
> 1.) stop cluster (e.g. pg_ctl stop)
> 2.) perform the upgrade (rpm -Uvh *.rpm)
> 3.) start the cluster (pg_ctl start)
> thanks in advance....GERD.....
0.) take a backup -- always just in case
assuming the rpms are built from the same .spec (i.e. things like
integer timestamps don't change) then it is that easy.
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