From: Thomas Munro [mailto:thomas.mu...@enterprisedb.com] > In the Microsoft documentation I've seen, the privilege's name is always > written as "Lock Pages in Memory" (note: "Pages" plural, and with initial > capital letters). It's quite hard to parse the sentence otherwise! How > about this? > > Huge pages are known as large pages on Windows. To use them, you > need to > assign the user right Lock Pages in Memory to the Windows user > account > that runs <productname>PostgreSQL</productname>. > > + ereport(elevel, > + (errmsg("could not enable Lock pages in memory user right: error > code %lu", GetLastError()), > + errdetail("Failed system call was OpenProcessToken."))); > > Same comment about capitalisation of the privilege name in this and other > error messages.
Thanks, your sentences are surely better. Fixed. Regards Takayuki Tsunakawa
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