> Are you suggesting we keep appending? So if I set the same parameter 100
> times, it would show up on 100 rows?
What about not touching the config file at all, but write to a separate
file which is completely under the control of postgres and include that
at the end of the config file ? You just said includes are a new feature
which could complicate things, so why not use it actually in your
That way disabling the overrides would be as simple as commenting out
the inclusion of the postgres controlled config file. And it would
separate the user writable and machine writable configuration...
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