Our psql server has been upgraded several times over the years.
The start-up includes some -o options, namely:
-o '-i -B 3500 -D /var/pgsql/data'
I'm looking into replacing cli options with config file options.
It appears that startup works just fine if I drop this option
I don't know about all the previous upgrades; but these days we always
run initdb and then restore databases into new install. Current docs
indicate this should have a kB or MB suffix? What value should I
specify in postgresql.conf if replacing this option?
In 'man postgres', the '-i' narrative indicates
listen_address = *
But narrative in postgresql.conf mentions default is
listen_address = 'localhost', '*' = all
Are these two options really equivalent? Should there be two equals?
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