> > I installed postgresql8.0b1 a fews days back.
> > I am listing the issues which i came across these many be already
> > known issues or may not be bugs.
> > 1. Automatic convertion to NTFS.
> > Many NT based windows installation may not have formatted the drive
> > with NTFS , i think the installer may assist or at leaset
> suggest that
> > converting from fat --> ntfs is a snap.
> OK, installer issue? I don't think we should have the
> postmaster complain in its logs, right?
Yes. There is a tracker item for this already on the pgfoundry page for
> > 2. Randomly generated password is too long.
> > the password for the postgres account contained non ascii
> > in my case and was at least 20-30 chars.
Yes. This is intentional. Is there any reason why it won't work with a
> > 7. Bundled PgAdminIII still shows documentation of 7.4
> OK, pgadmin issue.
Yes, I beleive this will be updated by the time we reach release.
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