On Wed, 4 Jun 2003, Tom Lane wrote:

> Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > That is one thing I liked about the initdb mention --- it clearly told
> > them to watch out for something they might not have been looking for.
> Only if they read the message, though.  People who are running RPM
> installations probably never get to see what initdb has to say ...
> so I can't put much faith in the usefulness of warnings emitted by
> initdb.

Yes, I mentioned this when this thread was going a few weeks ago. I only caught
the locale setting being wrong on a system before it went into production
because I happened to install on another system and noticed the message. I then
had to ask the hosting company's SA to first check and then re-initdb. I was
even sat watching/directing what he was doing and missed it. He was using
Redhat with RPMs I was doing it properly from source.

Those RPMs are dangerous, they turn you mind off.

I voted for setting 'C' by default.

Nigel J. Andrews

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