John Lumby <johnlumby(at)hotmail(dot)com> writes:
> Sorry about that, here is a script to demonstrate using a much simpler example.
> It presumes linux and that there is a bash shell at /bin/bash.
> You should see table created and loaded (takes a few minutes), then successful query explain and run,
> then create index and re-run the explain (now uses index) and query (now fails)
Hmm ... I tried this script on both HEAD and 9.1, and see no failure.
Possibly it requires some non-default configuration setting to show
the problem? Also, are you certain your database is ending up with
LC_COLLATE and LC_CTYPE set to "C"? I am not sure that createdb pays
attention to those as locale settings.
regards, tom lane
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