On Fri, 2001-11-23 at 11:24, pgsql-bugs(at)postgresql(dot)org wrote:
> now the sql command: select mit_id from table order by mit_id
> should select all rows odered as the ABC. f.e.:123456789ABCD...QRST....etc.
> At the range of 00000000000000C0...00000000000000CZ it goes creazy:
> (The CS value after the CY?????) Before, and after it goes "normal", only at this
> interval goes mad. I've tried Postgresql 7.0, and 7.1.3 the bug still exist under Red Hat 7.1 in two different machines. I've tested under cygwin, there is NO SUCH BUG!
> At request I can send you the Database backup...
recreating the index on mit_id could help.
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