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My server was just updated from Postgres 8.3 to 8.4 (web235). The way it appears is some servers already have 9, while others are on 8. My guess is older servers have 8.. Anyone know if there any plans to update these servers to 9.*?

asked 24 May '13, 17:21

trentrichardson
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It's broken down like this:

  • CentOS5 servers (<web300) have PostgreSQL 8.x
  • CentOS6 servers (>=web300) have PostgreSQL 9.x

We've no plans to upgrade the CentOS5 machines to use PostgreSQL 9.x, as it could potentially break a lot of customer applications. So, if you need v9, then you need to either build it from source and run it as a custom app, or migrate your account to a CentOS6 server.

Hope that helps!

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answered 24 May '13, 17:39

seanf
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Thanks for the reply. I may try migrating to a newer server.

(24 May '13, 18:10) trentrichardson
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