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Add a warning about Pg version to the RUM related docs

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Configuration for [Quantum](https://github.com/quantum-elixir/quantum-core) jobs scheduler.
See [Quantum readme](https://github.com/quantum-elixir/quantum-core#usage) for the list of supported options.
See [Quantum readme](https://github.com/quantum-elixir/quantum-core#usage) for the list of supported options.
Example:
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## Database options
### RUM indexing for full text search
!!! warning
It is recommended to use PostgreSQL v11 or newer. We have seen some minor issues with lower PostgreSQL versions.
* `rum_enabled`: If RUM indexes should be used. Defaults to `false`.
RUM indexes are an alternative indexing scheme that is not included in PostgreSQL by default. While they may eventually be mainlined, for now they have to be installed as a PostgreSQL extension from https://github.com/postgrespro/rum.
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## Setup
### Configuring PostgreSQL
#### (Optional) Installing RUM indexes
!!! warning
It is recommended to use PostgreSQL v11 or newer. We have seen some minor issues with lower PostgreSQL versions.
RUM indexes are an alternative indexing scheme that is not included in PostgreSQL by default. You can read more about them on the [Configuration page](../configuration/cheatsheet.md#rum-indexing-for-full-text-search). They are completely optional and most of the time are not worth it, especially if you are running a single user instance (unless you absolutely need ordered search results).
Debian/Ubuntu (available only on Buster/19.04):
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# Create the Pleroma user
adduser --system --shell /bin/false --home /opt/pleroma pleroma
# Set the flavour environment variable to the string you got in Detecting flavour section.
# Set the flavour environment variable to the string you got in Detecting flavour section.
# For example if the flavour is `arm64-musl` the command will be
export FLAVOUR="arm64-musl"
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rc-update add pleroma
```
If everything worked, you should see Pleroma-FE when visiting your domain. If that didn't happen, try reviewing the installation steps, starting Pleroma in the foreground and seeing if there are any errrors.
If everything worked, you should see Pleroma-FE when visiting your domain. If that didn't happen, try reviewing the installation steps, starting Pleroma in the foreground and seeing if there are any errrors.
Still doesn't work? Feel free to contact us on [#pleroma on freenode](https://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=%23pleroma) or via matrix at <https://matrix.heldscal.la/#/room/#freenode_#pleroma:matrix.org>, you can also [file an issue on our Gitlab](https://git.pleroma.social/pleroma/pleroma/issues/new)
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