Over the past few months, I've been attempting to keep tracks of which
postings on pgsql-bugs have not gotten a response and to respond to
those where I have a clue what the issue might be. However, there are
a few that I don't really have an idea about which look like they
might be real bugs... or some of them might be user error, not sure.
The first of these in particular is a fairly detailed report of what
looks might be a fairly serious problem.
pg_listener entries deleted under heavy NOTIFY load only on Windows
COPY staments with paths containing non-ASCII characters under WinXP
BUG #5245: Full Server Certificate Chain Not Sent to client
BUG #5236: Aparent bug in ecpg
incorrect exit code from psql with single transaction + violation of
deferred FK constraint
Should we add any of these here?
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