Yesterday I spent about half an hour to dig an issue on my laptop -- 9.0
instance did not start, and there were nothing in the logs. Eventually I
straced postmaster on start, and noticed an extra char in the
pg_hba.conf, which caused postmaster not to start.
Is it possible to drop something to (startup) log file and mention about
the syntax error in hba file?
(FWIW, I saw the same issue in a Greenplum 4.0.3 instance 2 months
before or so.)
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