> Gregory Stark <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> Alvaro Herrera <email@example.com> writes:
>>> It's good as a joke, but what if the user says '1024b'? Does it mean
>>> 1024 blocks or one kilobyte? If blocks, what size are we talking, the
>>> usual 512 bytes, or our BLCKSZ?
>> For what guc would you find a unit of posix-style "blocks" relevant?!
> The point isn't whether it's relevant, the point is that there's a
> fairly serious doubt as to what the user thought it meant.
My point was that we don't accept any form of "b" today and nobody has
suggested we should.
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