>> Probably I was not clear enough - I meant that only _one_ postmaster
>> is run at a time, of course. What is wanted is that the user be able
>> to choose _which_ one at boot time (So, 2 identical posmasters, 1
>> cluster, 1 postmaster always up, 1 postmaster always down).
> Yeah, that should work, as long as only one postmaster is up at a
> time. They both need to run under the same account.
Ah, same account! I guess I know the source of my problems now -
access rights to some (or all) files were just wrong. Silly me.
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