I have two PC's with exactly the same configurations - one in my office and
the other at home. They are running RedHat Linux 6.2 and PostgreSQL included
in distribution. The first one I recently installed by upgrading from Linux
6.1 and the for the second one I went through full installation process.
I have also exactly the same db's, tables and row's in PostgreSQL. All my
data's are completely equal. Recently found that when I invoke SQL command
"SELECT * FROM nst ORDER BY name;" I have different answers on my systems. I
would like to mention that I use KOI8 (RUSSIAN) encoding. The 1-st one puts
English before Russian, it's ok because they have less ASCII codes. But the
2-nd one is little strange. It sorts Russian characters truely but puts
digits and English after Russian. Here it is some outscreen:
SELECT name,id FROM nst ORDER BY name;
I found some SET commands but they didn't gave me any result.
So, do you have any idea about solving this problem? Thank you for your
All the best.
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