> "Erik Rijkers" <er(at)xs4all(dot)nl> writes:
>> While test building from CVS head on fedora 10 (also on fedora 6), I get:
>> initializing pg_authid ... ok
>> setting password ... ok
>> initdb: The password file was not generated. Please report this problem.
>> initdb: removing data directory "/home/super/pg_stuff/pg_installations/pgsql.cvs_vanilla/data"
> [ blink... ] initdb is looking for the flat password file. Which is
> not there anymore. I guess the real question is not why it fails for
> you, but why it works for anyone else!? Will investigate. In the
> meantime, just dike out that test in initdb.c...
Ah: the answer is that that test is only made when --pwfile or
--pwprompt is specified. I guess you're the first one to try those
since the no-flatfiles patch went in. Thanks for reporting;
fix is committed.
regards, tom lane
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