Travis Smith wrote:
> This looks like what you are looking for.
> The character set encoding can be set separately for a database when
> it is created. initdb determines the encoding for the template1
> database, which will serve as the default for all other databases. To
> alter the default encoding use the --encoding option. More details
> can be found in Section 21.2.
Thanks, I saw all that, what I was trying to figure out is where in the
environment does initdb determine what to set the encoding to when it's
I ran into a problem with the wrong encoding on our database and I want
to figure out if it's because the environment is different on this box,
or if it was caused by the upgrade from 7.4 to 8.3
Until later, Geoffrey
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