Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
> Here's the plan for assimilating the command-line options of the postmaster
> and postgres options.
> * postmaster options added to postgres: -h -i -k -l -n
> These options will not have any useful effects, but their behavior is
> consistent if you do, say, SHOW listen_addresses.
Did you mean -N rather than -n here?
> For the options -O, -P, and -W I have added three new GUC variables
> allow_system_table_mods (PGC_SIGHUP), ignore_system_indexes (PGC_BACKEND),
> connection_startup_delay (PGC_BACKEND); mostly to simplify the
> postmaster->postgres communication.
Might as well let allow_system_table_mods be PGC_BACKEND too. The
dangers it poses are not made less by turning it on in all backends
at the same time.
regards, tom lane
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