Uh, I don't think we control that file --- the patch has to be submitted
to the RHEL5 team, I think.
Tucker, James wrote:
> Good Afternoon,
> I almost feel embarrassed submitting this however figured I may as well.
> It's just a fix to the status option of the init script shipped in the
> rpm version (8.2.6 RHEL5). Hopefully it's ok to submit it directly to
> this list, apologies if not.
> The status option of the init script doesn't work on a per postmaster
> basis, it simply tests that a postmaster process is running. So if one
> is running multiple postmasters configured via /etc/sysconfig/pgsql/xxx
> files, it can cause confusion (or bigger issues if combined with
> something like redhat cluster suite). The fix simply tests for the
> specific postmaster process. Thanks.
> Kind regards,
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