Tom Lane wrote:
Also, using an explicit configuration file will also help you run multiple postgresql's on the same machien in a consistent manner, for instance:mlw <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:Here is the test, configure a server, with sendmail, named, apache, and PostgreSQL. Tell me which of these systems doesn't configure right.AFAIK, only one of those four is designed to support multiple instances running on a single machine. This is not unrelated.
postmaster -C /etc/postgres/common.conf -D /RAID0/postgres -p 5432
postmaster -C /etc/postgres/common.conf -D /RAID1/postgres -p 5433
Please, Tom, tell me why this is such a bad idea?
I will make the patch, I will submit it, will you guys put it in?
If not, why?