Tom Lane wrote:
> Sailesh Krishnamurthy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Sadly, set_ps_display does not seem to have any effect in solaris
> > x86. At least ps only reports multiple postmaster processes and
> > arguments. 
> IIRC, you have to use the "other" version of ps to see the process
> status on Solaris.  I forget where it lives exactly, /usr/ucb maybe?

Yep, monitoring chapter mentions it:

  <productname>Solaris</productname> requires special handling. You must
  use <command>/usr/ucb/ps</command>, rather than
  <command>/bin/ps</command>. You also must use two <command>w</command>
  flags, not just one. In addition, your original invocation of the
  <application>postmaster</application> must have a shorter
  <command>ps</command> status display than that provided by each
  backend.   If you fail to do all three things, the <command>ps</>
  output for each backend will be the original
  command line.
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