Bruce Momjian writes:
> FOREIGN KEY INSERT & UPDATE/DELETE in transaction "change violation"
You're certainly not going to want to fix this now after having stared at
it for a year? It's not trivial.
> Usernames limited in length
Yeah, they are. ;-)
If this is referring to pg_passwd, I just had a closer look and it's
really a desaster. Both password and username as well as line length and
file length (in lines) have arbitrary limits, sometimes not even
consistent ones. To fix this to a point where one is confident that
everything works one essentially would have to rewrite the whole thing.
> Does pg_dump preserve COMMENTs?
> Fix ipcclean on Linux
Consider it done.
> Merge global and template BKI files?
Not this release.
Peter Eisentraut peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net http://yi.org/peter-e/
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