Commit 23bd22dc authored by Christoph Berg's avatar Christoph Berg

pg_ctlcluster: Document start.conf by pointing at pg_createcluster(8).

parent 168f889b
......@@ -15,6 +15,7 @@ postgresql-common (141) UNRELEASED; urgency=low
* pg_createcluster: If /etc/postgresql-common/root.crl is present, symlink
it (<= 9.1), or set ssl_crl_file (>= 9.2).
* pg_ctlcluster: Create (first) unix_socket_directory if missing.
* pg_ctlcluster: Document start.conf by pointing at pg_createcluster(8).
* pg_lsclusters: Make output column widths dynamically adjust to contents;
shorten "Version" in header to "Ver".
* pg_upgradecluster: Get cluster encoding before shutting down the cluster
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......@@ -712,11 +712,11 @@ cluster. Please be aware that this will not stop the cluster owner from calling
lower level tools to control the postmaster process; this option is only meant
to prevent accidents during maintenance, not more.
=back
The C<pg_ctl.conf> file in the cluster configuration directory can contain
additional options passed to pg_ctl of that cluster.
=back
=head1 SEE ALSO
L<initdb(1)>, L<pg_ctlcluster(8)>, L<pg_lsclusters(1)>, L<pg_wrapper(1)>
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......@@ -332,6 +332,7 @@ error 'specified cluster does not exist' unless $version && $cluster && cluster_
%info = cluster_info ($version, $cluster);
unless ($action eq 'stop') {
# check if cluster is disabled in start.conf
error 'Cluster is disabled' if $info{'start'} eq 'disabled';
}
......@@ -499,11 +500,17 @@ for a description of valid options.
This configuration file contains cluster specific options to be passed to
L<pg_ctl(1)>.
=item C</etc/postgresql/>I<cluster-version>C</>I<cluster-name>C</start.conf>
This configuration file controls the start/stop behavior of the cluster. See
section "STARTUP CONTROL" in L<pg_createcluster(8)> for details.
=back
=head1 SEE ALSO
L<pg_ctl(1)>, L<pg_wrapper(1)>, L<pg_lsclusters(1)>, L<postmaster(1)>
L<pg_createcluster(8)>, L<pg_ctl(1)>, L<pg_wrapper(1)>, L<pg_lsclusters(1)>,
L<postmaster(1)>
=head1 AUTHOR
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