On 06/03/18 09:37, Craig Ringer wrote:
> Revised patch attached.
> I have _not_ rewritten to use sscanf yet. I'll do that next, so you
> can choose the fewer-changes patch for backpatching if desired.
> ... and I'm not convinced it's really an improvement.
> uint32 xid, lsn_high, lsn_low;
> if (sscanf(spill_de->d_name, REORDERBUFFER_TXN_FILENAME_FORMAT,
> xid, lsn_high, lsn_low) == 3)
> since we don't use the scanned-out information.
> I guess my answer to causing problems if you create a file named
> "xidfoo" in a slot directory is yeah, don't do that.
> Note that this patch changes the PANIC to ERROR. This will promote to
> FATAL during the startup process, which I think is fine. Objections?
You mean because PG_exception_stack is not initialized for startup
process? That deserves comment I think.
Other than that if I am very nitpicky, I'd call the new function
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