> Tom Lane a écrit :
> > "psql -l" would tell you, though I bet the answers is "template1".
> > What you probably want to do is "psql template1" as postgres,
> > then create some users corresponding to the Unix accounts you
> > normally want to connect from.
> > You might also want to change the default authentication mode,
> > which is probably "ident" right now. Depending on what you're
> > doing, it might be better to give all the users passwords and
> > switch to md5 (ie, password) auth.
> > BTW, if the PG version doesn't create database "postgres" by
> > default, that means it's old enough to be obsolete.
> > regards, tom lane
Thanks Tom, thanks Harold.
I'm now back on tracks.
Concerning obsolete versions, yep, it's obsolete. Using package postgresql-7.4
from my debian distribution.
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