teg(at)redhat(dot)com (Trond Eivind =?iso-8859-1?q?Glomsr=F8d?=) writes:
> Explictly, yes. However, FHS says /tmp is for temporary files. Also,
> it says programs shouldn't count on data to be stored there between
> invocations. 10+ days isn't temporary...
>> We aren't counting on data to be stored in /tmp "between invocations".
> Between invocations of client programs. You're using /tmp as a shared
> of stored data.
Huh? The socket and lockfile are created and held open by the
postmaster for the duration of its run. Client programs don't even know
that the lockfile is there, in fact. How can you argue that client
program lifespan has anything to do with it?
regards, tom lane
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