Kevin Grittner <> writes:
> Tom Lane <> wrote:
>> Or we could wait to see if anybody reports this sort of behavior
>> in a shell that won't be out of support before 9.4 gets out the
>> door.

> We have a field report of this happening in the sh shell in Solaris
> 10.  Our staff has confirmed this.  In Solaris 10 they can start
> multiple clusters from a single shell, and if they later use Ctrl+C
> in that shell all of those instances are shut down.

Do you want to try the "set -m" hack suggested upthread?  I see no
point in pursuing the portability questions unless we've verified
that it fixes the problem for someone.

                        regards, tom lane

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