Zdenek Kotala <Zdenek(dot)Kotala(at)Sun(dot)COM> writes:
> Tom Lane wrote:
>> The start script does not typically have the intelligence to get this
>> right, particularly not the is-shmem-still-in-use part. If you check
>> the archives you will find many of us on record telling people who think
>> they should remove the pidfile in their start script that they're crazy.
> It is true, but question is what way is better. Keep all logic in
> postmaster or improve pg_ctl to share more information and keep
> responsibility on start scripts or monitoring tool which has more
> information about system as complex.
If you have conditions PG doesn't know about, you're free to test for
them in your start script. I see no reason to change this code, however.
regards, tom lane
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