On Sat, Jul 3, 2010 at 1:04 PM, <subham(at)cse(dot)iitb(dot)ac(dot)in> wrote:
> I am currently a student of IIT Bombay of CSE department. I am doing a
> project on postgres. I need to understand its code thoroughly, so I need
> "ddd" to "step through" its code. I need to start postgres on the
> "backend" mode to work it with "ddd".But I am facing some difficulties in
> setting up the "ddd" with "postgres" in "backend" mode.
> I installed postgres many times using the instruction mentioned in the
> file "INSTALL". Starting the postgres from foreground is working fine but
> the "backend" mode does not work.
> Kindly, suggest me how to run the postgres in "backend" mode. I have to
> understand its code thoroughly to do my postgres project.
If by "backend" mode you mean a standalone backend, try "postgres --single".
If you mean something else... you'll need to explain a bit more.
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