Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Tom Lane wrote:
> >> Surely the measurement unit should be kbytes or disk blocks.  And why
> >> aren't you using that GUC UNITS infrastructure Peter put in?
> > Agreed.  I have applied the following patch to make it kilobytes, and
> > documented it.  I didn't put '-1kB' in the postgresql.conf file because
> > the -1 value is special.  (ideas?)
> Hmm, that could be a little bit ugly.  Suggestion: redefine the value
> such that files *greater than* the given size are logged, and then zero
> can be the "off" position, and we need not worry about whether -1 is
> -1 byte or -1 kbyte.

Uh, the problem is that if you want all files logged, 1 does everything
1kb and larger, skipping a 500-byte file, for example.  There are also
many places where -1 is off and 0 is all, so we would be inconsistent
with that too.

  Bruce Momjian   [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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