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    105105    <title>Installation of PostgreSQL</title>
    106106
     107    <note>
     108      <para>
     109        Before upgrading an existing installation of PostgreSQL check
     110        the documentation about various ways to upgrade. Note that
     111        new major versions might use a different binary format in the
     112        data objects in which case incompatibilities may be introduced.
     113        Find the documentation about upgrading at
     114        <ulink url="https://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/upgrading.html"/>.
     115      </para>
     116    </note>
     117
    107118    <para>
    108119      For enhanced security, it is better to have a dedicated group and user
     
    164175      the server will not start and the old binaries has been overwritten
    165176      so you got stuck with an unusable database.</para>
    166 
    167       <para>
    168         Before upgrading an existing installation of PostgreSQL check
    169         the documentation about various ways to upgrade. Note that
    170         new major versions might use a different binary format in the
    171         data objects in which case incompatibilities may be introduced.
    172         Find the documentation about upgrading at
    173         <ulink url="https://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/upgrading.html"/>.
    174       </para>
    175 
    176177      <para>At this moment, you have both, the old and the new binaries
    177178      on disk. They can be used to perform an upgrade of your existing
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