On Tue, Feb 14, 2017 at 9:09 AM, Jeff Janes <jeff.ja...@gmail.com> wrote: > check for "/usr/local/pgsql9_6/bin/pg_resetwal" failed: No such file or > directory > > This looks somewhat complicated to fix. Should check_bin_dir test the old > cluster version, and make a deterministic check based on that? Or just > check for either spelling, and stash the successful result somewhere?
The fix does not seem that complicated to me. get_bin_version() just needs pg_ctl to be present, so we could move that in check_bin_dir() after looking if pg_ctl is in a valid state, and reuse the version of bin_version to see if the binary version is post-10 or not. Then the decision making just depends on this value. Please see the patch attached, this is passing 9.6->10 and check-world. I have added as well an open item on the wiki. -- Michael
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