On Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 9:54 AM, alexander lunyov <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Thanks for the tip.
> I want to try new pg_dump to connect to old server, but i can't - old
> postgres doesn't listening to network socket. Why postgres 6.5.3 not
> binding to network socket? It started with this line:

(Forgot the list, sorry for the double email, Alexander)

Do you have something like tcpip_socket in your postgresql.conf (I
don't know if it was in 6.5)? If so, you have to set it to true to
make PostgreSQL listen on the network.

As for the upgrade path, I'll go with:
- dump with 7.3 pg_dump, insert your dump into a 7.3 db and run
adddepends contrib shipped with 7.3 on your db (it should fix the
foreign key problem reported by Zdenek);
- then dump your 7.3 db with 8.3 pg_dump and insert your dump into
your 8.3 server.


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