Lamar Owen writes:
> Yes, I want to ignore their default.
If you want to do that then the infinitely better solution is to compile
without locale support in the first place. (Make the locale-enabled
server a separate package.) Alternatively, the locale of the postgres
user to POSIX.
> I can do things in the initscript if necessary. That only helps the
> RPM's, though, not those from-source RedHat installations.
The subject of this whole discussion was IIRC the "default Red Hat
installation". Those who compile from source can always make more
informed decisions about what features to enable.
Peter Eisentraut peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net http://yi.org/peter-e/
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