[arch-general] postgresql 9.3 -> 9.4
william at gathoye.be
Sat Jan 31 01:11:43 UTC 2015
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On 01/29/2015 07:01 PM, Georg Altmann wrote:
> On 29.01.2015 17:40, Don deJuan wrote: I am merely _suggesting_ to
> implement a warning message. It certainly _is_ easy to miss
> something in the "pacman -Suy" output. As such, I think this would
> be beneficial to everybody running postgresql, be it on a single
> desktop computer or a farm of servers.
I'm silently following this discussion from the start and I completely
agree with this POV.
I'm myself a student and I'm sometimes (indirectly) asked to upgrade
some servers, and I would have been completely desperate if I broke
one because I forgot I was updating a piece of software which was
breaking compatibility. This is why, in such case, companies are more
willing to use stable distributions than Arch Linux.
Thus, big +1 for more warnings in the future.
<william at gathoye.be>
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