[Stephan Szabo - Mon at 06:07:48AM -0700]
> It's more likely to be the locale in use. For example, on my machine,
> given a file with -1 and 0.
> LANG="en_US" sort file
Hah, those Americans don't even know how to count ;-)
I find this weird, but it's clearly not a problem with postgresql at least.
We should obviously check up the locale and stick to "C" on the servers.
Thanks for the effort.
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