You don't have to guess, you just have to read well ; the command I issued
is:Thank you for the additional " f " option which is more illustrative.
Again, if you read well, I didn't write "PID" but "PPID". The four processes
have the same PPID.
> If you use the command I wrote above, you'll see they all depend on
> the main process launch by the script in /etc/init.d.
It's what I meant to say by writing that the four processes have the same
But this sentence of yours helps.
I guess my question wasn't that clear.
I couldn't find a detailled documentation about the PostgreSQL server
Novice doesn't mean neither stupid nor ignorant but most people confuse the
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