[Pkg-postgresql-public] Common init script
mpitt at debian.org
Fri Mar 17 13:39:37 UTC 2006
Peter Eisentraut [2006-03-17 10:17 +0100]:
> I'm thinking wouldn't it be better if there were only a single init
> script /etc/init.d/postgresql (probably put into postgresql-common) that was
> responsible for clusters of all versions? There is hardly a use case for,
> say, restarting exactly all clusters of a particular version.
The use case I thought of was an upgrade of e. g. postgresql-7.4, when
you don't want a downtime for postgresql-8.1. Of course this could be
done by circumventing the init script, so I'm open to the idea.
> Incidentally, a way to restart a specific cluster only would be nice to have.
There is :)
pg_ctlcluster <version> <cluster> restart
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