Abhijit Menon-Sen <ams(at)toroid(dot)org> writes:
> I'm using 1.7.3, yes. It has a bunch of timezone handling changes, but
> I'm not sure if there's anything related to your problem. If you don't
> have TZ set in your environment, I suppose the following patch *could*
> be relevant, since you're in -0400 and I'm in +0530. I haven't tried
> to verify this, but if cat-file -p on your backported commit shows an
> absurdly high timezone value, then that's the problem.
Well, I do keep TZ set, but anyway an update to 1.7.3 seems like a good
idea on general principles. Will try it.
[ experiments a bit ... ] Hm, my Fedora 13 machine isn't showing this
behavior, even though it's also 220.127.116.11 and I don't see any
possibly-related patches being carried by Fedora. Odd.
regards, tom lane
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