On Mon, February 27, 2012 18:30, Magnus Hagander wrote:
>>>> does that work for others, or did we break something globally in it?
FWIW: I build A4 pdf's for HEAD often (say, weekly), on centos 5; it has always worked this last
year or so (I did tweak tex (?) parameters, long ago).
I built the A4 pdf just now again without problem.
Centos 5.7, openjade 1.3.2-27.
Here are some observations on these pg-stat tables:
Table 27-1. Standard Statistics views: looks OK in the pdf (HEAD).
Table 27-2 has some of the longer GUC/function names sticking out of the table frame. not pretty
but it still works, they are still readable as a whole.
Table 27-3 (pg_stat_bgwriter_view) it does not look good: some GUC/function names not only stick
outsize the table frame but are truncated (and thus become unreadable).
I think it would be better if somehow the widths of the 3 table-columns ('Column', 'Type',
'Description') would not be 3 columns of the same width, like they seem to be now: the 'Type'
column take fully one third of page-width, for short words like 'text' and 'bigint'. The
'Column' values too are almost always more narrow than 1/3 of the page.
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