On 8/27/16 1:11 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
Alvaro Herrera <alvhe...@2ndquadrant.com> writes:
I'm for renaming too, but I'd go with Peter E's suggestion: move pg_xlog
to something like $PGDATA/var/wal or $PGDATA/srv/wal or something like that.


I think that would make sense if we were to relocate *everything* under
PGDATA into some FHS-like subdirectory structure.  But I'm against moving
the config files for previously-stated reasons, and I doubt it makes sense
to adopt an FHS-like structure only in part.

What if we left symlinks for the config files? Or perhaps even better, provide a tool that will create them for people that actually need them.
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