> Generally things that live in /etc are owned and operated by the OS.  
> Postgresql, by it's definition is a userspace program, not an OS owned 
> one.

Partially true. The FHS specifies that the /etc top layer is for system-own3d 
stuff, but the subdirectories off it are explicitly used for user space programs
and, well, everything. (/etc/apache, /etc/postgres, /etc/tomcat3, /etc/tomcat4...)

Martin Coxall

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