> <operationsengineer1(at)yahoo(dot)com> writes:
> > hi all, i'm looking at ksysguard and i notice that
> > instances of postmaster are up and running.
> > is this normal?
> It's normal to have one postmaster process with
> three (or more) children, eg
> tgl 603 0.0 0.3 39924 3576 ? S
> Apr26 0:00 postmaster -i -F
> tgl 607 0.0 2.5 40060 26012 ? S
> Apr26 0:07 postgres: writer process
> tgl 608 0.0 0.0 11936 708 ? S
> Apr26 0:00 postgres: stats buffer process
> tgl 609 0.0 0.0 11172 916 ? S
> Apr26 0:00 postgres: stats collector process
> If you're using a process-viewing tool that calls
> them all "postmaster",
> get a better tool. Even plain old "ps" can do
> better than that.
> (The above is "ps auxww" output.)
writer, buffer and collector - it says is in the
command field. thanks, Tom.
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