> Perhaps. At the time they were written they were just quick hacks for
> debugging, but we've seen them needed often enough that maybe they need
> to be promoted.
Yes. Bruce, do you want to do the honors? Should we consider renaming
them at the time of the move? (probably not, but it is the right time to
> I think the right thing is to guess from resetxlog's own locale
> environment. Properly documented, that at least provides a way to
> recover --- if the admin screws up, well, not much we can do.
> The timestamp type can be guessed from whatever pg_config data is
> compiled into pg_resetxlog.
Right. The locale guessing already happens as you suggest.
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