On Wed, Oct 26, 2016 at 09:18:02PM +0200, David Herrmann wrote:
> Messages can be destined for multiple queues, hence, we need to be
> careful that all queues get a consistent order of incoming messages. We
> define the concept of `global order' to provide a basic set of
> guarantees. This global order is a partial order on the set of all
> messages. The order is defined as:

Ah, ok. So it _is_ a partial order only. I got confused by earlier
reports, and the term 'global order' in general, to think you did a
total order. And then I wondered wth you needed total ordering for.

Maybe best to scrub 'global order' from the entire text. It's not
helpful.

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