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Tom Lane wrote:
> Back when we converted src/timezone to use int64 for pg_time_t, we
> wondered what to do about extending the compiled timezone data file
> format for int64, so that it would work for years beyound 2038.  We
> shelved the problem waiting to see what the upstream zic folks would do.
> Well, it looks like they've done something about it.  So I think we
> ought to plan on updating our code to match theirs, so that we fix the
> y2038 problem while keeping it possible to use a standard zic-database
> installation with Postgres.  This is not urgent (I surely see no need
> to hold up 8.2 to fix it), but it ought to go on the TODO list.
>                       regards, tom lane
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