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On Tue, Feb 19, 2008 at 04:38:16PM +0100, Csaba Nagy wrote:
> > Are you suggesting we keep appending? So if I set the same parameter 100
> > times, it would show up on 100 rows?
> What about not touching the config file at all, but write to a separate
> file which is completely under the control of postgres and include that
> at the end of the config file ?
Not only that, but including "in the middle" would allow to flexibly
state what may be overridden by the "gui" and what not. And it is a
clean separation of mechanism (general include mechanism) and policy.
More complex schemes (a top-level postgresql.conf and a directory of
includable module-specific files postgresql.conf.d) would be imaginable
(mimicking a bit Debian's way to deal with such things).
On syntax: anything (current is fine by me :) but please not XML :-/
- -- tomás
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