> On Tue, 31 Jul 2001, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > I don't see any configure.in code here to test for the CRED capability.
> No, as I wrote in my mail; wanted to get some comment first, if this
> is useful at all. I'm no autoconf guru, so there may be a better
> way (help wanted!), but here it goes as a quick hack:
> #include <sys/socket.h>
> #ifdef SO_PEERCRED
> and a corresponding entry to config.h.in:
> /* Define if you have SO_PEERCRED */
> #undef HAVE_SO_PEERCRED
OK, no problem. It is easy to add.
> I'll make a new patch if you prefer.
> > How does this affect pg_hba.conf? Did you specify "trust" on that line?
> simply specify "ident", like the following:
> local all ident sameuser
> > Do we test when they have specified trust, and if not, what word do we
> > use?
> No, this would change semantics of an existing keyword. I think it is
> quite logical to use "ident" as a keyword for both local and remote
This makes sense. We can't currently do local/indent and it makes sense
to use that here. I figure we could add this and add other OS's as we
need them. Does it report an pg_hba.conf error if your OS doesn't
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