Tom Lane wrote:
> Robert Treat <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > On Fri, 2002-10-25 at 16:17, Tom Lane wrote:
> >> I prefer GUC variables to table entries for setting stuff like recursion
> >> limits; they're much lighter-weight to create and access, and you don't
> >> need an initdb to add or remove a parameter.
> > I don't see an adequate way to store the individual settings as GUC
> > variables per user...
> Have you looked at the per-database and per-user GUC facilities in 7.3?

Nice idea.  You can now have per-user/db settings that are SET when the
connection is made.  You can set any GUC variable that way.  We just
need a variable that can look at all sessions and determine if that user
has exceeded their connection quota.

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