Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> Bruce Momjian wrote:
> >Yes, I was concerned too that everything was in there. I checked the
> >initdb.sh logs and found that the only thing not added was the checking
> >of the max number of connections before checking the max number of
> >buffers, which I added. The other stuff was in there. I also checked
> >pg_id's recent changes and those were in there too.
> >Andrew, I assume this was a new implementation of initdb, and not taken
> >from an older initdb C implementation made by a company.
> >This isn't really a patch but a C replacement of a critical shell
> >script so there is reason to double-check things.
> Yes, I worked from initdb.sh, not from any other source. It's "all my
> own work" :-) I think I started with 1.201 and later upgraded to 1.203.
> I agree it needs careful checking - the more eyeballs the better.
The great part is that it look so much like our code, unlike the
commerical port code I have seen for initdb in the past. This certainly
moves us forward on Win32.
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