Christopher Browne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> The world rejoiced as [EMAIL PROTECTED] ("Joshua D. Drake") wrote:
>> On #1, the fact that we allow trust as default is embarrassing.

> This is a case where it takes careful thought to grasp whether there
> is a problem or not.
> If all we do is to shift the embarrassment around, that's not much
> help.

We've argued this in considerable detail in the past.  The bottom line
is that the trust default is the worst possible choice, except for all
the others.  One of the more obvious problems with the others is that
a newbie who can't get into his database at all will not become a
Postgres adopter...

                        regards, tom lane

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