that is only a theory, but I am 100% sure it the keys on the keyboard
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I seem to have a problem that I haven't found an obvious answer to or a
reference to in the mailing lists or on google. Using dumps on a little=20
network database that I've made, I've run into problems with select's like:=
select * from ske_net_allocs where ip_net like '139.165.19%';
These work on 7.2.3 on freebsd but not with=20
PostgreSQL 7.3.2 on i386-portbld-freebsd4.7.=20
I get the following error:
ERROR: Unable to identify an operator '~~' for types 'inet' and '"unknown"'
You will have to retype this query using an explicit cast
This may be a real bonehead question, but I'm unfortunately too ignorant to=
answer it yet. I've tried using dumps from the 7.2.3 box using both=20
pg_dump and pg_dump -o. Thanks in advance for any hints/clue bats.
I'd appreciate a CC, because I read the list via the archives. Thanks.
Med vennlig hilsen/Sincerely,
Shaun D. Jurrens
Drift og Sikkerhetskonsulent
Tel: +47 2208 7394
Mobil: +47 9820 8826
gpg key fingerprint: 007A B6BD 8B1B BAB9 C583 2D19 3A7F 4A3E F83E 84AE
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