pgagroal: where is my configuration?I implemneted a new command in pgagroal
conf ls. The aim of the command is very simple: display where the configuration files are located. In fact,
pgagroalconfiguration is split into several configuration files, and sometimes it could be useful to get information from the runtime system where a configuration file is. The command works as follows:
% pgagroal conf ls Main Configuration file: /etc/pgagroal/pgagroal.conf HBA file: /etc/pgagroal/pgagroal_hba.conf Limit file: /etc/pgagroal/pgagroal_databases.conf Frontend users file: /etc/pgagroal/pgagroal_frontend_users.conf Admins file: /etc/pgagroal/pgagroal_admins.conf Superuser file: Users file: /etc/pgagroal/pgagroal_users.conf
If a configuration file has not been specified, the corresponding value will be left empty, otherwise, the full path to the configuration file will be displayed. This is another small addition towards a better consistent and useulf command line interface.