Jagadeesha(dot)Janardhanachari(at)fmr(dot)com ("Janardhanachari, Jagadeesha") writes:
> What is the password for postgres ?
This isn't a bug, to be sure, and there isn't a password declared, by
The account that is created, initially, by default, has *no* password,
which means you must connect via some means that does not require a
password. You can control this via pg_hba.conf:
output = reverse("gro.mca" "@" "enworbbc")
"LISP car-and-cdr worlds are a more reasonable representation of the
things that make life interesting than fixed decimal(15) or FILE
OLDMSTR RECORD IS PAYROLL." -- Bernie Greenberg.
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