Charlie Crissman <CCrissman(at)nbibx(dot)com> writes:
> I have a weird one... when I start my postmaster with non-default
> MaxBackends & NBuffers (I am using 64 & 128 respectively, in this example),
> I try to connect via psql and psql quits after I enter my password. Even if
> I set them to the default (using -o "-N 32 -B 64"), the same thing happens.
> If I leave that off of my startup command, psql connects ok.
Try looking in the postmaster log. I suspect you will find a complaint
about bad command line parameters there...
If you are actually doing it just as you show above, the problem is that
-N and -B are postmaster switches not backend switches. They don't go
into the argument of -o.
regards, tom lane
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