WAL Configuration Grammar Fix

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Subject: WAL Configuration Grammar Fix
Date: 2019-03-08 22:39:16
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The following documentation comment has been logged on the website:

Page: https://www.postgresql.org/docs/11/wal-configuration.html

On the WAL Configuration page -
It reads: "On Linux and POSIX platforms checkpoint_flush_after allows to
force the OS that pages written by the checkpoint should be flushed to disk
after a configurable number of bytes."

I believe a "you" is missing. I also suggest a more clear sentence
construction might be:
"On Linux and POSIX platforms you can use checkpoint_flush_after to set a
configurable number of bytes after which the OS will be forced to flush to
disk the pages written by the checkpoint."

Respectfully submitted.
Evan Macbeth

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