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pg_autovacuum in 8beta-dev3 small bug

From: "Leen Besselink" <leen(at)wirehub(dot)nl>
To: pgsql-bugs(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: pg_autovacuum in 8beta-dev3 small bug
Date: 2004-10-27 16:23:28
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Hi folks,

8.0beta3 has pg_autovacuum included, when I want to run this as a Windows
service, it says you can use the -I and -R options.

When I do that and I specify a password with '-P' (uppercase) then in the
registry it's saved as '-p' (lowercase) in the service-commandline

Also it removes the quotes I added and I'm not so sure it would work the
way it's supposed to, without it.

If you add DependOnService (a REG_MULTI_SZ an array-like-thingie) and have
the name (in this case: pgsql-8.0-beta2-dev3) of a service it depends on,
it will not fail to start (it will not even try, as PostgreSQL is not
running), when PostgreSQL already failed.

Maybe it's an idea to specify it on the commandline (what service to
depend on).

hope this was helpfull,
New things are always on the horizon.


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