Robert Treat wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-08-25 at 09:15, Hornyak Laszlo wrote:
> > Hi all!
> > Is it possible to make the postmaster re-read the pg_hba.conf when needed
> > without pg_ctl restarting the database? I think I could send a unix signal
> > to it, it would simly re-read the file and apply the information for new
> > incoming connection requests.
> > I was looking for this info in the documentation and lists but I did not
> > find anything.
> pg_ctl reload sends the signal to reread the config files
> some parameters can only be set at server start
I think the 'postgres' manual page explains the actual signals used.
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