On Thursday 21 of August 2014 18:26:37 Bruce Momjian wrote:
> On Tue, Mar  4, 2014 at 04:52:56PM +0100, Pavel Raiskup wrote:
> > RFE:  Consider that you want to run pg_upgrade via some script with some
> > default '-o' option.  But then you also want to give the script's user a
> > chance to specify the old-server's options according user's needs.
> > Then something like the following is not possible:
> > 
> >   $ cat script
> >   ...
> >   pg_upgrade ... -o 'sth' $PG_UPGRADE_OPT ...
> >   ...
> > 
> > I know that this problem is still script-able, but the fix should be
> > innocent and it would simplify things.  Thanks for considering,
> Attached is a patch that makes multiple -o options append their
> arguments for pg_upgrade and pg_ctl, and documents this and the append
> behavior of postmaster/postgres.  This covers all the -o behaviors.

Thanks!  Seems to be OK to me, one nit  - why you did not go the
append_optiton way (there could be probably better name like arg_cat)?
Because this is just about few lines, it is probably OK from PostgreSQL
policy POV, so "review?  ~> review+", thanks again!


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