[postgis-users] Upgrading for postgtis 2.4.1 to 2.4.6

Ahsan Hadi ahsan.hadi at enterprisedb.com
Mon Jan 14 04:59:46 PST 2019

On Mon, Jan 14, 2019 at 5:48 PM Raúl Marín Rodríguez <rmrodriguez at carto.com>

> > I don't think we have faced this issue with upgrade in the past...
> Before PG11, Postgis didn't need to check the Postgresql release at runtime
> in the SQL code. As a reference, in the function `_postgis_pgsql_version`
> we are doing the same pattern matching (`PostgreSQL ([0-9\.]+)`).
> I think we should be able to change it and use `server_version_num`
> instead:
> {{{
> SELECT current_setting('server_version_num');
> }}}
> Can you confirm that in your case that shows 10613 or something like that?

 SELECT current_setting('server_version_num');
(1 row)

> If that's the case, I'll open a ticket to address it and backport it.
> --
> Raúl Marín Rodríguez
> carto.com
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