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Re: BerkeleyDB versions
--On August 15, 2007 9:22:54 PM +0300 Kari Mattsson <email@example.com>
Simple, yet philosophical:
If 'D' is the best companion for 'O', it is evolutionary to allow 'O+1'
to still work with 'D'.
Requiring 'D+1' with 'O+1' makes upgrades more difficult to arrange as a
So, maybe my point is change management.
I think you also miss the point that every OpenLDAP minor release I've
experienced has required the database to be reloaded (2.1->2.2, 2.2->2.3),
so this again is no different than the past, although for different reasons
this time around, I believe.
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