AFAIK, we will if we want to run as Administrator on Vista. I'm not sure
what we're doing there is actually compatible with it though. And do we
care? I'm perfectly fine saying that we don't support that part on
cygwin, and just #ifdef the whole thing out there?
Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> You have broken the Cygwin build (see buildfarm). Will we need those
> calls to AddUserToDacl() on Cygwin? If not, the simplest thing would be
> to #ifdef them out, I guess.
> Magnus Hagander wrote:
>> Log Message:
>> Fix handling of restricted processes for Windows Vista (mainly),
>> by explicitly adding back the user to the DACL of the new process.
>> This fixes the failure case when executing as the Administrator
>> user, which had no permissions left at all after we dropped the
>> Administrators group.
>> Dave Page with some modifications from me
>> Modified Files:
>> initdb.c (r1.153 -> r1.154)
>> pg_ctl.c (r1.94 -> r1.95)
>> port.h (r1.117 -> r1.118)
>> exec.c (r1.57 -> r1.58)
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