On Sun, 15 Nov 1998, Dax Kelson wrote:
> Is this a denial of service? A remote user can connect and create as many
> phantom tables as they want which could possibly interfere with normal
> operation? How would the admin even know the name of the table to drop?
> If I connect locally as user "postgres" and I can successfully create and
> see the table.
> Is it normal behaviour that user "postgres" must first create the tables
> for them to be useable?
After more testing I found futher strange behavior. After locally
user "postgres" creates any table in the database, any remote users can
then create any new table, and it isn't "phantom" (can see it/use it).
Is this desirable and/or expected behavior? It doesn't seem to me that it
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