Tom Lane wrote:
> No, because the external pidfile has zero to do with Postgres' internal
+1. So we have two options: have external_pid_file mimics the internal
behavior or deprecates it.
I couldn't find the discussion about it; just the patch . IIRC this
'feature' was proposed to permit another home to postmaster.pid file. Am
I wrong? But seems to duplicate the pid file information.
Euler Taveira de Oliveira
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