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default time/data 'now' broken in 6.3? linux-elf 2.0.33, i686

From: "PostgreSQL On Peanuts(dot)roanoke(dot)edu" <postgres(at)peanuts(dot)roanoke(dot)edu>
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Subject: default time/data 'now' broken in 6.3? linux-elf 2.0.33, i686
Date: 1998-03-18 04:09:07
Message-ID: 350F48E2.DE6DAB3@peanuts.roanoke.edu (view raw or flat)
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hello,

this has been mentioned recently, although i didn't find a solution.
the date/time 'now' default still shows the table creation time/date in
6.3.

any thoughts of why?

-brian rickabaugh




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