[postgis-users] pg_dump on upgraded server

Paul Ramsey pramsey at cleverelephant.ca
Wed Apr 3 10:42:44 PDT 2019

Well, this speaks to not having micro version numbers in the extension versioning, for sure.
Also, potentially for having a global source version, an idea that we’d have to add to the PgSQL extension system, so a script like postgis—ANY—2.3.sql could take a best-effort run at upgrading any prior installed version.
It can perhaps be fixed by copying postgis—2.3.0--2.3.1.sql (or, really, any of the extension upgrade scripts) to postgis—2.1.4–2.3.1.sql

> On Apr 3, 2019, at 10:34 AM, Paolo Cavallini <cavallini at faunalia.it> wrote:
> On 03/04/19 19:04, Sandro Santilli wrote:
>> Can you show the ALTER EXTENSION command you're issuing and the
>> error you're getting ? Also please show the output of
>>  SELECT postgis_full_version();
> I tried both
> with something like
> the 2.1.4 version is already installed
> and
> UPDATE TO "2.3.1"
> with
> ERRORE:  l'estensione "postgis" non ha un percorso di aggiornamento
> dalla versione "2.1.4" alla versione "2.3.1"
> unfortunately the VPN just went down, and I don't have currently access
> to the machine.
> Thanks a lot.
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