Quite. It is not likely to be /more/ stable than your hardware; it isQuote:> How stable is PostgreSql these days?
For advocacy information, please see http://advocacy.postgresql.org.
Feel from to read the archived mailing lists for any specific
topics you may have. The mailing lists also have a news gateway so
it's very possible you can go to comp.databases.postgresql.xxx to
find out more. IIRC, the advocacy site even has papers by large
and/or well known companies that are using it. Again, IIRC, more
papers are currently being prepared.
If advocacy isn't your cup of tea, go to http://www.postgresql.org.
Also, some reaches on google should provide tons of information as
well as lots of MySQL bashing. ;)
Can someone help me upgrade from 3.4-STABLE to 4.x-STABLE? I tried
getting the sources for RELENG_4, but then when I tried make
buildworld I got all sorts of compilation errors.
Then I saw a note that said I had to go to 4.1 first. So I set
RELENG_4_1, but for that target I get no sources at all! (my /usr/src
is now empty)
I don't need help on how to build, I plan on following the UPDATING
instructions, but I am confused about what set of targets I should aim
for and in what order. Can someone help me? Thanks!