Emmanuel Kasper <emmanuel(at)libera(dot)cc> writes:
> The NetBSD paragraph about setting the amount of shared memory for
> NetBSD in
> http://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.1/static/kernel-resources.html is outdated.
> Since NetBSD 5.0 the shared memory size settings can be changed via the
> sysctl interface.
Thanks for the info. I gather from
that it's still necessary to make sure that SysV IPC code is compiled
into the kernel at all --- should we retain the first sentence that
mentions that, or do you think it's unnecessary?
regards, tom lane
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