Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> pg_resetxlog uses a non-standard options parsing method: The -l option
> requires two arguments (-l fileid seg). I propose to change this to -l
> fileid,seg which is the standard way to separate suboptions.
> Secondly, the -n option appears to be redundant with pg_controldata. Do
> we need it?
> Thirdly, pg_resetxlog uses the term "guessed" controldata values if it
> can't read the real ones. I found this to be confusing, because the code
> doesn't do a whole lot of guessing. Would it be better to say that the
> values are simply defaulted (and to what)?
"Attempts to determine the proper values"?
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