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Re: [Ledger-smb-core] Support and Devel Targets

I would also note that this would mean that 1.2.0 would likely be
supported on 8.0 for a longer period of time than usual for security
and bugfix issues.

It does seem to make sense to me that we formalize our ORM on 8.1
because that has many advanced features for stored procedures.

Best Wishes,
Chris Travers

On 4/2/07, Joshua D. Drake <..hidden..> wrote:

Chris and I were talking tonight and we came up with the brilliant idea
of documenting our supported versions of PostgreSQL. We wanted to see
what the community thinks so here ya go:

Support target for 1.2 is PostgreSQL 8.0.x+
Devel target for 1.3+ is PostgreSQL 8.1.x+

We will support PostgreSQL 8.1.x+ for an extended period easily pushing
into 1.4,1.5/2.0.

There are several reasons for this. PostgreSQL 8.1.x is quite a bit
faster than 8.0.x. It also supports some larger enterprise features such
as table partitioning and better procedure development. Also from a
commercial standpoint, 8.1 is what shipped with RHEL5 (and subsequently
Centos5) and will likely be the most largely deployed version of
PostgreSQL for the foreseeable future.

Any thoughts?

Joshua D. Drake


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