Tom Lane wrote:
Zdenek Kotala <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
There is group of people who has different opinion. The main reasons for this patch are 1) names could collide with system tools


That argument is purely theoretical, though, since no one has complained
to us of an *actual* collision.  With these utilities having been around
with their current names for more than ten years, I think we've
established sufficient squatter's rights on the names ;-).

You have right on linux/*bsd world where postgres is squatter :-) for long time. But in Solaris world (and probably in HP-UX, AIX...) postgresql does not have established these squatter's rights. And names as "createuser" is something like reserved keyword for OS utilities.


                Zdenek

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