Accepted postgresql-common 58 (source)

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Tue Aug 8 08:33:21 BST 2006

 OK: postgresql-common_58.tar.gz
 OK: postgresql-common_58.dsc
     -> Component: main Section: misc

Origin: Debian/unstable
Format: 1.7
Date: Tue,  08 Aug 2006 07:31:10 +0100
Source: postgresql-common
Binary: postgresql-client-common, postgresql-common
Architecture: source
Version: 58
Distribution: edgy
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Martin Pitt <mpitt at>
Changed-By: Martin Pitt <martin.pitt at>
 postgresql-common - manager for PostgreSQL database clusters
Closes: 351571
 postgresql-common (58) unstable; urgency=low
   * pg_wrapper: Improve manpage POD, describe the precise rules for cluster
   * t/090_multicluster.t: Check for proper error message of pg_wrapper (no
     suitable default cluster) if several local clusters exist and none are on
     the default port.
   * pg_wrapper: Print proper error message if no cluster is suitable as
     default target and point to man pg_wrapper.
   * pg_upgradecluster:
     - Support /etc/postgresql-common/pg_upgradecluster.d/ hook scripts. These
       are called after creating the virgin new version cluster (phase 'init')
       and a second time after the upgrade is complete (phase 'finish').
       PostgreSQL extensions like PostGIS can use these hooks to initialize
       metadata which must not be upgraded from the old cluster, but
       initialized from scratch. Closes: #351571
     - Document this feature in the manpage POD.
     - If upgrade scripts are present, call pg_restore with the new -X
       no-data-for-failed-tables option to not clutter already existing tables
       in the new cluster with data from the old cluster. Abort with an error
       if the installed pg_restore does not support this option.
     - debian/postgresql-common.dirs: Ship
   * Add t/120_pg_upgradecluster_scripts.t: Selftest for pg_upgradecluster.d
     hooks and proper pg_restore -X no-data-for-failed-tables behaviour.
   *, get_cluster_locales(): Fix parsing of locales out of
     pg_controldata output by calling it under the locale 'C' and being more
     liberal in the regular expression. (
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 f5309c19f58ce0ce0b3d1cfd514670b0 604 misc optional postgresql-common_58.dsc

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