Github user stanlyxiang commented on the issue:
Since hawq opened source and use apache JIRA to tracker all the changes, so
for every pull request please create a apache jira first for your pull request
like other PRs. Use the jira to describe your problem and devs can discuss
whether we should do the changes under the jira.
For this pr, I don't think it's reasonable to add "userinput.ask_yesno" for
"hawq start". IMO, "hawq init" or "hawq stop" will break the alive cluster if
exists. "ask_yesno" will make users think twice for whether there is an alive
cluster and whether to proceed. But there is no problem to proceed "hawq start"
directly no matter how the cluster state is. "hawq start" will give
corresponding hints for different errors.
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