On 4/29/15 5:16 PM, Robert Haas wrote: > On Fri, Apr 24, 2015 at 2:40 PM, David Steele <da...@pgmasters.net> wrote: >> <para> >> The view <structname>pg_file_settings</structname> provides access to >> run-time parameters >> that are defined in configuration files via SQL. In contrast to >> <structname>pg_settings</structname> a row is provided for each >> occurrence >> of the parameter in a configuration file. This is helpful for >> discovering why one value >> may have been used in preference to another when the parameters were >> loaded. >> </para> > > This seems to imply that this gives information about only a subset of > configuration files; specifically, those auto-generated based on SQL > commands - i.e. postgresql.conf.auto. But I think it's supposed to > give information about all configuration files, regardless of how > generated. Am I wrong? If not, I'd suggest "run-time parameters that > are defined in configuration files via SQL" -> "run-time parameters > stored in configuration files".
The view does give information about all configuration files regardless of how they were created. That's what I intended the text to say but I think your phrasing is clearer. -- - David Steele da...@pgmasters.net
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