Walter Hurry <walterhurry(at)lavabit(dot)com> wrote:
> User postgres does *not* need to log in to Unix/Linux directly,
> and therefore should *not* be assigned a password.
I totally agree. In fact, for most use-cases, you don't need or
want the users of the database to be able to log on to the box with
the database. Let them connect remotely.
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