Michael Brusser wrote:
> I have Postgres 7.2.1 configured to listen on TCP/IP port.
> When the server starts up it still creates the socket file in /tmp.
> Removing this file manually does not seem to cause any problem for the
> application.
> Is there a way to prevent postmaster from creating this file?
> Is this really safe to remove the socket file, or would it create
> some problem that I won't necessarily see?

I guess the big question is why you don't want the file created?  If you
have 'local' disabled in pg_hba.conf, it doesn't allow connections.

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