Yeah, I had similar thought to Oliver's and suspected that this would be
the answer. 
Also, while it's not too hard to do this for a single platform, it gets
complecated once you start looking at different ones.

Josh, let me know when you're ready to do this. I'll try to help,
although my perl's kind of rusty. Also, can you even assume perl for a
postgres install? Does Solaris, for instance come with perl?


On Thu, Oct 09, 2003 at 09:56:11AM -0700, Josh Berkus wrote:
> Oliver,
> > I think instead of thinking about where to put the
> > information about tuning, someone should provide a
> > "pgsql-autotune". Maybe even a shell script would do the
> > trick.
> Well, you see, there's the issue.  "I think someone."  Lots of people have 
> spoken in favor of an "auto-conf" script; nobody so far has stepped forward 
> to get it done for 7.4, and I doubt we have time now.
> I'll probably create a Perl script in a month or so, but not before that ....
> -- 
> Josh Berkus
> Aglio Database Solutions
> San Francisco
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