Kent Tong <kent(at)cpttm(dot)org(dot)mo> writes:
> Does it matter? The encoding provided to initdb is just
> a default for the databases to be created in the future.
Yes it does, and you missed the point. I said *locale*, not *encoding*.
The LC_COLLATE and LC_CTYPE settings that prevail during initdb are
fixed and not alterable without re-initdb. (I agree that this sucks,
but that's how it is for now...)
Your test program doesn't prove a lot unless you are sure it's executing
under the same locale settings as the postmaster is running in.
regards, tom lane
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