Bug in FAQ, fixed now. The -S in postmaster is silent, the -S in
postgres is sort. The FAQ had it as postmaster when it should have been
> => I kinda like this one...if it can be relatively implimented. The main
> => reason I like it is that, like -B and -S, it means that someone could deal
> => with "tweaking" a system without having to recompile from scratch...
> The -S flag for the postmaster seems to be setting the silentflag. But the
> FAQ says, it can be used to set the sort memory. The following is 6.2.1 version
> code in src/backend/postmaster/postmaster.c
> case 'S':
> * Start in 'S'ilent mode (disassociate from controlling
> * tty). You may also think of this as 'S'ysV mode since
> * it's most badly needed on SysV-derived systems like
> * SVR4 and HP-UX.
> silentflag = 1;
> Am I looking at the wrong file? Can someone please tell me how to increase
> the sort memory size.
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