Tomas Vondra <tv(at)fuzzy(dot)cz> writes:
> On 3.12.2011 18:53, Tom Lane wrote:
>> Security: it lets the DBA constrain which libraries are loadable this way.
> But local_preload_libraries can be set only in postgresql.conf, right?
No. It's PGC_BACKEND, which means it can be set at connection start by
a client (eg, via PGOPTIONS).
> The problem I'm trying to solve right now is that I do have an extension
> that needs to install two .so libraries - one loaded using
> shared_preload_libraries, one loaded using local_preload_libraries.
Um ... why would you design it like that?
regards, tom lane
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