> ALL THE ABOVE HAS NO ERROR. However, when I look in
> /usr/local/pgsql/data/base, all the directories created is in number format
> as shown:
> But when I did a psql -l, I can find the db created.
> I remember in the older postgres version, I can test dir in .../base. But
> not in this version.
You are correct. The file naming scheme was changed; check the archives
in -hackers for discussions on how to associate numbers with names.
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