Tom Lane wrote:
> Ken Corey <ken(at)kencorey(dot)com> writes:
> > GRE=# select
> > I_SESSION(null,'54',2,'E2K','0x577A977F7FCCBF5A567C6097A5A5A9D47DA39B82298C6E9F89DA4D4F67E39B856692DDAA8A938E637D7F6C7000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000');
> > GRE'# '
> > GRE-# );
> > ERROR: parser: parse error at or near
> > "0000000000000000000000000000000000"
> > GRE=#
> > [Note that the final ' wasn't found, so I had to add it, and then close
> > the parenthesis and execute the whole mess with the semi colon.]
> That's pretty odd; you seem to have a broken psql. What PG version are
> you running? Do you have libreadline (history support) in there, and if
> so what libreadline version is it?
I downloaded pg 7.0.3, untarred it, went into the directory, typed:
No libreadline (though I should get it...I'd like to have up-arrow to go
back to previous lines in psql!)
Any other ideas?
I've downloaded 7.1b3 to try out. Since I won't have any real critical
data in there until March timeframe, I can afford to play with the
latest version. If that fixes it, I'll report back to this list.
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