Control: tags -1 moreinfo Re: Jean-Michel Vourgère 2019-10-10 <157073580035.6593.14242157514478031502.report...@deimos.nirgal.com> > Running "/etc/init.d/postgresql start" manually, one gets: > perl: warning: Setting locale failed. > perl: warning: Please check that your locale settings: > LANGUAGE = (unset), > LC_ALL = (unset), > LANG = "en_GB.UTF-8" > are supported and installed on your system. > perl: warning: Falling back to the standard locale ("C").
Hi Jean-Michel, the problem is within the locales on that system. Just invoking "perl" is a pretty good way to verify that the locales are set up correctly. Did en_GB.UTF-8 ever work correctly on that box? Was that broken by the dist-upgrade? That would be a bug in `locales`, but I suspect it's rather some local problem. Maybe there's something in the logs like /var/log/apt/term.log? Check if there's any errors during the upgrade of the `locales` package or similar items. The fix is probably simply re-invoking `dpkg-reconfigure locales`. Christoph