Jonah H. Harris wrote:
> On 2/28/07, Joshua D. Drake <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> > Right, but I don't know anyone that keeps checkpoints at 5 minutes.
>> > At least not on OLTP configurations.
>> Uhmm... most do because most don't ever touch the postgresql.conf and
>> those that do, don't touch checkpoints because they don't understand it.
> Yes, I guess I should've qualified that to specify people who do
> understand the system better.

I am not trying to pick on the issue but I do think it is important to
recognize that literally only those in the know, are going to ever touch
the postgresql.conf.

I deal with lots of customers, who employ lots of programmers that I
have often heard, "There is a postgresql.conf?". Why? Because they are
user space programmers using an ORM or other such tech that allows them
to never actually login to postgresql or a shell or anything once they
edit the pg_hba.conf.

Joshua D. Drake



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