"Ken J. Wright" <ken(at)ori-ind(dot)com> writes:
> If I use the ALTER USER sql statement, the file pg_pwd gets written in an
> older plain text format & the user can no longer authenticate. However,
> using pg_passwd from the command line reates a file similar to /etc/passwd
> including the username and an encrypted password. Known problem?
It is now ;-)
Peter changed the backend's idea about the format of pg_pwd, but
I guess he forgot about pg_passwd ...
I wonder whether we even need pg_passwd in its present form anymore.
Maybe it should just issue an ALTER USER command?
regards, tom lane
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