Nick Gorham writes:
> Well because the driver does not know where to get the config info
Then the driver should be fixed to do that, with or without unixODBC.
> libodbcinst.so in unixODBC provides SQLGetPrivateProfileString,
> the location of user and system ini files are defined by this lib, if
> it doesn't do this you may have the situation where the driver manager
> gets information from one ini file and the driver from a different
> > > Add the option to detect a
> > > server name of localhost, and open the unix domain socket,
> > I don't think so. localhost is a valid host name.
> Ok, but don't you think it is worth having some way to get it to use
> UNIX domain sockets instead of TCP ones, for instance if postmaster
> isn't started with a -i ?
Yes, that would be okay, but it's not okay to eliminate a feature to add
> > We have a general approach to non-standard socket names now.
> Great, thats a non problem then, what do you do ?
Pick up DEFAULT_PGSOCKET_DIR from config.h.
Peter Eisentraut peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net http://yi.org/peter-e/
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