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restart and postgres.conf

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Should "restart" with pg_ctl or /etc/init.d/postgres
cause postgres.conf to be reread? It doesn't appear to
do so for me (another oddity - after "restart" the
last line in the log is "database system is shut
down"). "stop" followed by "start" works fine.

Feature request - add "reload" to /etc/init.d/postgres
:)

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Nov 12 '05 #1
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El Vie 17 Oct 2003 16:43, escribió:
Should "restart" with pg_ctl or /etc/init.d/postgres
cause postgres.conf to be reread? It doesn't appear to
do so for me (another oddity - after "restart" the
last line in the log is "database system is shut
down"). "stop" followed by "start" works fine.
Maybe you are editing the wrong postgresql.conf file.
Feature request - add "reload" to /etc/init.d/postgres


# /etc/init.d/postgresql
Uso: /etc/init.d/postgresql
{start|stop|sta tus|restart|con drestart|reload |force-reload}

You should tell us what OS you are using.
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