I am sorry for bothering, but lately I ran into a bug, and it took me
really some time to find it out. However the problem is this:
It is possible to create a user of which the Username consists only of
numbers. (sorry for this long and descriptive english)
e.g.: CREATE USER "12345" WITH ENCRYPTED PASSWORD 'ohjoy';
However, this user will not be able to connect. At least not with 'psql',
but I had trouble trying out with PHP as well, so I reckon this happens all
neither of these options will work:
psql -U 12345
psql -U "12345"
psql -U '12345'
Of course there are workarounds, but it is not right that I can create
users that cannot connect...
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