> Bruce Momjian <pgman(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us> writes:
> >> If you don't like pg_temp here, maybe post_temp? pgsql_temp?
> > What if I call the directory tmp or pgsql_tmp and the files
> > pgsql_pid_#.#?
> Why are you so eager not to call temp files "temp"? If you want to
> spell it "pgsql_tmp" or "pg_temporary" or something different from
> "pg_temp", that's fine, but I really think the files ought to clearly
> label themselves as temporary. "pid" is not a clear label. With a
> name like that, people might even think they are lock files.
OK, here is the new version with directories and files called pgsql_tmp.
That doesn't look like it holds temp tables.
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