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> Josh, List,
> On 4/23/07, Josh Berkus <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >I was thinking about the upcoming release on my 32-hour epic airplane
> >and realizing that it changes PostgreSQL in a lot of ways. Between major
> >improvements to performance, major changes to the file format, and changes
> >implicit conversions breaking backwards compatibility, our new ability to
> >more-or-less stick to deadlines ...
> >... should this be 9.0 instead of 8.3?
I'm with Tom on this. I don't think we've changed much in the way of
user visible behavior.
> >Seems like it'd be both an annoucement of how far we've come, as well as a
> >warning to users that the 8.2-->9.0 upgrade could be painful. And that
> >some of our more radical features in the new version could have some
> >rough edges.
> as a casual user, only subscribed to this list, i think you should
> really consider it.
> a bunch of problems due toa minor-release-number upgrade would come
> as a suprise.
That would be just because you don't know the numbering scheme. 8.2 to
8.3 is considered "major" in these parts. See
Alvaro Herrera http://www.CommandPrompt.com/
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