2016-09-20 18:55 GMT+02:00, Alvaro Herrera <alvhe...@2ndquadrant.com>:
> Rudolf Gavlas wrote:
>> I work in an environment, where servers are administered by people
>> with different user names and identical uid (0).
> So everyone is superuser there?  That sounds, um, unorthodox.

Yes, the administrators of the servers, that means people responsible
for installing, configuring and running all of the software on the
servers day and night are superusers there. I am quite surprised it
may sound unorthodox. I am only used to unix environment though. What
is the orthodox way of doing that, btw?


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