On Wed, Mar 2, 2016 at 5:43 PM, Valery Popov <v.po...@postgrespro.ru> wrote:
>>>        <para>
>>>         <varname>db_user_namespace</> causes the client's and
>>>         server's user name representation to differ.
>>>         Authentication checks are always done with the server's user name
>>>         so authentication methods must be configured for the
>>>         server's user name, not the client's.  Because
>>>         <literal>md5</> uses the user name as salt on both the
>>>         client and server, <literal>md5</> cannot be used with
>>>         <varname>db_user_namespace</>.
>>>        </para>
> Also in doc/src/sgml/ref/create_role.sgml is should be instead of
>       <term>PASSWORD VERIFIERS ( <replaceable
> class="PARAMETER">verifier_type</replaceable> = '<replaceable
> class="PARAMETER">password</replaceable>'</term>
> like this
>       <term><literal>PASSWORD VERIFIERS</> ( <replaceable
> class="PARAMETER">verifier_type</replaceable> = '<replaceable
> class="PARAMETER">password</replaceable>'</term>

So the <literal> markup is missing. Thanks. I am taking note of it.

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