I accidentally rejected this message while moderating -bugs, so I'm forwarding
it to the list to atone for myself. Apologies to all involved...
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From: Rens Admiraal <rens(at)rensnel(dot)nl>
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2010 20:00:27 GMT
Subject: BUG #5393: Installer sets superuser password if passwords don't match
The following bug has been logged online:
Bug reference: 5393
Logged by: Rens Admiraal
Email address: rens(at)rensnel(dot)nl
PostgreSQL version: 8.4
Operating system: Windows
Description: Installer sets superuser password if passwords don't
I just installed PostgreSQL 8.4 on windows 7 64 bit using the oneclick
I didn't read the installation steps as normal :-) So I tried to set a
username + password in the step where the superuser password is asked.
Offcourse I got the error "Passwords don't match", I read the screen again,
and thought "A nice, if no users excists, it will be created", and clicked
next without filling anything. This also didn't work, and I could only get
it to work using the username I filled in the first password field
I would expect the installation not to create a user at all at wrong input!
So it might be better to check the values in the passwords fields first, and
create the user if the passwords are equal...
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