I had a really weird problem crop up a couple of days ago. I just recently
installed PostgreSQL on FreeBSD 4.6.2 and have been playing around with it.
Most of my experience is with SQL Server 7 on the Windows platform (of
course) so there's lots of little things to play with. Anyway, I created a
database called "media" and then created a couple of tables and added some
information to several of the tables. From my Windows box I tried to access
the database through ODBC and it said that my table did not exist in the DB.
I think got on my FreeBSD box and checked it out and found that apparently
there were no tables in my "media" db. Eventually I found out that it
appears that my "media" db somehow switched with "template1". Has anyone
else had this happen? Did I do something majorly stupid?
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