Robert Fitzpatrick wrote:
> Since upgrading to 7.3.1, our phpPgAdmin does not seem to accept the
> 'crypt' method for client authentication. This worked fine prior to the
> upgrade, now it seems our only option is plain text password. We've also
> tried md5 to no avail.
> Has anyone experienced this problem or know what changed in 7.3.1 that
> would affect this?
This is a known problem. We went with MD5-encrypted passwords stored in
pg_shadow in 7.3, and once we did that, we can't do 'crypt' anymore.
This should have been mentioned in the release notes, but I see nothing
there (shame on me). (I even managed to break 'password' in 7.3 but got
that fixed in 7.3.1.) Fortunately, we haven't gotten many complaints,
and that is probably because we encouraged MD5 use in 7.2, so most of
the folks were already using MD5 when we deprecated crypt in 7.3.
So, right now, crypt is pretty much useless except to support pre-7.2
clients, _and_ to use it, you have to disable password_encryption in
pg_hba.conf before you load in your user passwords to even use crypt.
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