We are getting this email alert from our UCS Master Domain Controller and Backup Domain Controller, just wondering what the corrective action should be if any? So far this is only being seen coming from our Master/Backup Domain Controller in UCS, and we are not seeing any adverse impacts. Just wondering if this should be a concern or will be resolved in future UCS updates or if there is action we need to take on our part.
Subject: Debconf: Configuring postgresql-common -- Obsolete major version 9.4 The PostgreSQL version 9.4 is obsolete, but the server or client packages are still installed. Please install the latest packages (postgresql-9.6 and postgresql-client-9.6) and upgrade the existing clusters with pg_upgradecluster (see manpage). Please be aware that the installation of postgresql-9.6 will automatically create a default cluster 9.6/main. If you want to upgrade the 9.4/main cluster, you need to remove the already existing 9.6 cluster (pg_dropcluster --stop 9.6 main, see manpage for details). The old server and client packages are no longer supported. After the existing clusters are upgraded, the postgresql-9.4 and postgresql-client-9.4 packages should be removed. Please see /usr/share/doc/postgresql-common/README.Debian.gz for details.