Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
> If a second postmaster is started on a data directory and the second one
> uses the -S option it will not print a message but simply exit and not
> start a background process. The exit status is 0.
Since the whole point of -S is to throw away stdout/stderr, I hardly
see how you can complain about the fact that the error message went
to /dev/null. I agree that zero exit status is not good, however;
will see if I can fix that.
regards, tom lane
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