At 12:31 AM -0500 2/13/03, mlw wrote:
The idea that a, more or less, arbitrary data location determines the database configuration is wrong. It should be obvious to any administrator that a configuration file location which controls the server is the "right" way to do it.

Isn't the database data itself a rather significant portion of the 'configuration' of the database?

What do you gain by having the postmaster config and the database data live in different locations?


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