> > 8.0beta3 has pg_autovacuum included, when I want to run this as a
> > Windows service, it says you can use the -I and -R options.
> > When I do that and I specify a password with '-P'
> (uppercase) then in
> > the registry it's saved as '-p' (lowercase) in the
> > (ImagePath).
This was fixed in v1.21 of pg_autovacuum.c, That rev is tagged for
beta3, so you should not be seeing this issue unless you actually have
an older version for some reason.
> > Also it removes the quotes I added and I'm not so sure it
> would work
> > the way it's supposed to, without it.
It's not so much that it strips them (that happens automagically), more
that it doesn't re-add them when it writes the command line in the
registry. The attached patch fixes that by simply quoting all options
that may need it.
> > If you add DependOnService (a REG_MULTI_SZ an
> array-like-thingie) and
> > have the name (in this case: pgsql-8.0-beta2-dev3) of a service it
> > depends on, it will not fail to start (it will not even try, as
> > PostgreSQL is not running), when PostgreSQL already failed.
> > Maybe it's an idea to specify it on the commandline (what
> service to
> > depend on).
A -E <service> option is added in the attached patch.
README.pg_autovacuum (r1.10 -> r1.11)
pg_autovacuum.c (r1.26 -> r1.27)
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