Robert Haas <robertmhaas(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> Suppose I have a server running 8.2 and I'm going to wipe it and
> install the latest version of $DISTRIBUTION which bundles 8.4.
> I'm sure someone will tell me my system administration practices suck,
> but people do these kinds of things, in real life, all the time.
> Maybe if we all had an IQ of 170 and an infinite hardware budget we
> wouldn't, but my IQ is only 169. :-)
So why aren't you using a distribution that ease the pain by supporting
exactly your use case? :)
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