> > I think it's better to call uor named pipe. That way we'll
> find out if
> > it's actually a postmaster of ours or a different process
> > there.
> I'm not sure that's a good idea. The function is there to
> emulate the unix kill() which doesn't care what the process
> is. Changing the code as you suggest could cause confusionon
> Windows if someone uses kill() for other purposes.
Why would they link with libpgport if they use it for other purposes?
But sure, we don't really care if it's a postmaster. Then OpenProcess()
is probably the best way, yes.
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