Tom Lane wrote:
> Michael Paesold <mpaesold(at)gmx(dot)at> writes:
>> This is a theory. The whole database was loaded using pg_restore, I still
>> have the original dump so I will have a look at the dump now. The database
>> actually contains some plperl functions.
> OK, I think I have reproduced the problem. initdb in C locale, then
> start postmaster with LANG=en_US.UTF-8 in its environment. Then:
I had reproduced the problem here with a stripped down dump file from my
backup, but your test case is much simpler, as usual. :-)
> In the meantime, Michael, I'd suggest modifying your postmaster start
> script to force LANG=C, and then reindexing all indexes you have on
> text/varchar/char columns. That should get you out of the immediate
> problem and prevent it from recurring before we have a fix.
I had already reindexed all tables in a clean session and have now added
"export LANG=C" to the profile of the postgres unix account. I cannot
reproduce the bug after doing so.
Thank you for your quick help debugging the problem.
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