Joshua Berkus <josh(at)agliodbs(dot)com> writes:
> What happens currently if we have an \include in postgresql.conf for a file which doesn't exist? Is it ignored, or do we error out?
It's an error, and I think changing that would be a really bad idea.
> If it could just be ignored, maybe with a note in the logs, then we could be a lot more flexible.
There might be a use case for a separate directive include_if_exists,
or some such name. But I think the user should have to tell us very
clearly that it's okay for the file to not be found.
regards, tom lane
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