> > The documentation says to use:
> > include 'filename'
> > Which fails with a generic error.
> What generic error?
Error: Invalid line 496 in /etc/postgresql/8.3/main/postgresql.conf: Â»include 'filename' Â« failed!
> > Correct syntax is:
> > include = 'filename'
> The stated syntax should work just fine.
Ok. This is with a Debian PostgreSQL 8.3. I did have a look through
the debian diffs before submittig the report and didn't find anything
immediately obvious that would break the include directive. That said
perhaps it has been changed in CVS; I didn't test that, but only had a
quick look at the code.
Since I thought the lack of = was indeed incorrect syntax I claimed
CVS in the bug report since the documentation has that syntax in CVS,
but I didn't test the CVS version of the backend. I'll see about doing
that but it's going to have to wait a bit...
/ Peter Schuller
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