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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Sun, 23 Jan 2005
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postgresql-devel databases  Deleted files touched by this commit  This port version is marked as vulnerable. Development snapshots of PostgreSQL's latest features
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head/UPDATING
Enter PostgreSQL 8.0.0.  Given 4.11 is still being released, abuse -devel by
stuffing the 8.0.0 release in here for the time being.  Port epoch bumped
because 8.0.rc* is greater than 8.0.0.  A note from UPDATING to people who
want to use 8.0.0 via -devel in production:

  The -devel port has been updated to contain 8.0 release since
  postgresql80-server can not be updated until 4.11 is released and the
  changes in PR ports/75344 are committed.  Users who need 8.0 now can
  use the -devel port, however, once postgresql80-server has been
  committed, -devel will begin tracking 8.1.  Please be smart about
  tracking ports and if used in production, update to
  databases/postgresql80-server as soon as it becomes available.  No
  dump/reload will be required when changing from -devel to
  postgresql80-server.

Check out the release notes and the shiny new PostgreSQL.org website at:

http://www.PostgreSQL.org/docs/8.0/static/release.html#RELEASE-8-0

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