Richard Huxton wrote:
Zdenek Kotala wrote:
Richard Huxton wrote:

For the rest, that's what ssh is for imho.

And what you will do when you don't have ssh access on this machine and 5432 is only one way how to administrate a server? (Windows is another story.)

If I've not got ssh access to the machine, then I'm not the one responsible for editing configuration files.

I'm not sure if ssh access is in correlation with db administration. However in some Unix system you can get right to user start stop postgres (RBAC, sudo ...), but there is not easy way how to allow him to access configuration file only in way to share postgres user password.


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