RE: Postgres book recommendations?

Yes postgresql 8.1 to be specific.  One thing I really like about it is
that it has a install package that mimics windows and makes the install
a whole lot easier on Redhat.  Not to say that PostGreSql's installation
on windows is anything to sneeze at, it's darn good too, but Linux has a
ways to go yet. 

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>>>     I won't simply hand out the "wake up & smell the open 
>>>source" to you.  But in this day of trying to get more out 
>>>of less there is a place for DBMS engines like PostGreSql.  


..so then, thoughts on EnterpriseDB anyone? (Postgres inside)


Flashbacks of university ingres...out


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