"Rommel the iCeMAn" <icecrew(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> I'm experiencing strange behavior in pgAdmin. I recently noticed that my
> PostgreSQL reports a different time to the OS. I checked the time zone
> setting and realized it was set to 'Canada/Atlantic'. I tried using
> pgAdmin's Backend Configuration Editor to change the time zone in
> postgresql.conf to 'America/Barbados' but when I try to save the file,
> pgAdmin crashes.
Can't help you with that, you'll need to report that on the pgadmin
> I tried manually editing the postgresql.conf file in Notepad but when I
> reload PostgreSQL it ignores the entry in the config file and defaults to
> 'Canada/Atlantic' time zone.
Did you remove the comment marker (#) from the timezone setting line?
regards, tom lane
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