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How do you install multiple versions of Postgis on a single database cluster

Sindile Bidla
I am running ubuntu 11.10 with PostgreSQL 9.1 with Postgis 1.5.3 installed via apt. I would also like to test Postgis 2.0 on the same database cluster any advise on how to proceed.

I have already downloaded Postgis 2.0 from http://postgis.refractions.net/download/postgis-2.0.0SVN.tar.gz

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Re: How do you install multiple versions of Postgis on a single database cluster

Sandro Santilli
On Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 12:01:14AM +0200, Sindile Bidla wrote:
> I am running ubuntu 11.10 with PostgreSQL 9.1 with Postgis 1.5.3 installed
> via apt. I would also like to test Postgis 2.0 on the same database cluster
> any advise on how to proceed.
>
> I have already downloaded Postgis 2.0 from
> http://postgis.refractions.net/download/postgis-2.0.0SVN.tar.gz

./configure --with-topology --with-raster && make && make check &&
sudo make install

 createdb pgis20_tests
 createlang pgis20_tests plpgsql
 psql -f postgis/postgis.sql pgis20_tests

Then you have your old databases using 1.5.3 and the new database
using 2.0.0SVN.

Don't miss to also install GEOS-3.3.1 for getting most out of topology
(install it _before_ building the new postgis).

--strk;

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Re: How do you install multiple versions of Postgis on a single database cluster

Sindile Bidla
Thank you

On 27 October 2011 17:48, Sandro Santilli <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 12:01:14AM +0200, Sindile Bidla wrote:
> I am running ubuntu 11.10 with PostgreSQL 9.1 with Postgis 1.5.3 installed
> via apt. I would also like to test Postgis 2.0 on the same database cluster
> any advise on how to proceed.
>
> I have already downloaded Postgis 2.0 from
> http://postgis.refractions.net/download/postgis-2.0.0SVN.tar.gz

./configure --with-topology --with-raster && make && make check &&
sudo make install

 createdb pgis20_tests
 createlang pgis20_tests plpgsql
 psql -f postgis/postgis.sql pgis20_tests

Then you have your old databases using 1.5.3 and the new database
using 2.0.0SVN.

Don't miss to also install GEOS-3.3.1 for getting most out of topology
(install it _before_ building the new postgis).

--strk;

 ()   Free GIS & Flash consultant/developer
 /\   http://strk.keybit.net/services.html


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Re: How do you install multiple versions of Postgis on a single database cluster

Horst Düster
Hi Sindile

Nice to see you on the list. How are you. I spent three weeks in Namibia in Oktober with my son. Please let me know how business is going on :-)

All the best Horst

Dr. Horst Düster

Am 27.10.2011 um 18:54 schrieb Sindile Bidla <[hidden email]>:

Thank you

On 27 October 2011 17:48, Sandro Santilli <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 12:01:14AM +0200, Sindile Bidla wrote:
> I am running ubuntu 11.10 with PostgreSQL 9.1 with Postgis 1.5.3 installed
> via apt. I would also like to test Postgis 2.0 on the same database cluster
> any advise on how to proceed.
>
> I have already downloaded Postgis 2.0 from
> http://postgis.refractions.net/download/postgis-2.0.0SVN.tar.gz

./configure --with-topology --with-raster && make && make check &&
sudo make install

 createdb pgis20_tests
 createlang pgis20_tests plpgsql
 psql -f postgis/postgis.sql pgis20_tests

Then you have your old databases using 1.5.3 and the new database
using 2.0.0SVN.

Don't miss to also install GEOS-3.3.1 for getting most out of topology
(install it _before_ building the new postgis).

--strk;

 ()   Free GIS & Flash consultant/developer
 /\   http://strk.keybit.net/services.html

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