We're receiving lots of reports of users with problems with SUSE + PostgreSQL.
Could it be a distro issue? Or something missing during the basic software installation?
This is the latest issue report we've received and couldn't replicate (as we tested on a local Windows server setup, and it worked):
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SGBD PostgreSQL - 8.3.11
Open Suze /Linux(4.3.2).
"Error BD: varyng (40)" .
According them, this is only happening in PHP 5.3
No problems when using in previous versions.
Since the IT department needs/wants to upgrade to 5.3, they need a fix, if possible.
We think that there may be an issue with character encoding the session strings.
In our tests, they are all below 40, which is the database field size, but, since the error message is showing that the value is greater than the field, could it be persistent connections or character normalization settings causing this?
Could be a possible Apache missing the default charset setting?
Ramón Martins Sodoma da Fonseca
Analista em C&T
Coordenação de Tecnologias de Informação
Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia - IBICT
Ministério da Ciência e Tecnologia - MCT