>> The crash people are getting in initdb is due to the 1.19 revision to
>> pgtz.c. Not sure why yet...looking into it...
>Unfortunate behavior when probing pre-1970 dates, maybe?
Indeed that was the problem. Attached patch fixes the issue here and for
I've also figured out why it always worked for me. When in the western
europe timezone, the bug does not show up (probably because we don't
probe those dates). When I set my system to US Eastern, it broke.
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