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I am new to pgrouting and I would like to check if the version I have installed works fine with postgres and postgis.

I have installed postgres 9.1, postgis 2.0 from stackbuilder and pgrouting 1.03.

Any suggestion how I can check if pgrouting works fine?

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First of all could some one please confirm to me if all these versions together works fine or not? – Ryan Sep 7 '12 at 6:37
Did you see another answer? If not, try it. – sanak Sep 7 '12 at 13:13
Your accept rate for previous questions is 0. Did any answers to your previous questions solve your problem? If so, please consider marking the questions as answered by ticking the checkmark beside the answer. – djq Nov 23 '12 at 20:28

According to this blog post

We have had very good fortune with running pgRouting 1.0.5 on PostGIS 2.0

I couldn't find information on 1.0.3 version though.

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I've also had success using pgRouting 1.0.5 on PostGIS 2.0/postgres 9.1 – djq Nov 23 '12 at 20:26

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