> > But re-reading it, I don't understand: what's the difference in creating > > a new "regular" table and crashing before emitting the abort record, > > and converting an unlogged table to logged and crashing before > > emitting the abort record? How do the standby servers handle a > > "CREATE TABLE" followed by a ROLLBACK if the master crashes > > before writing the abort record? I thought that too would "leave a > > stray file around on a standby". > > I've been thinking about the same thing. And AFAICS, your analysis is > correct, though there may be some angle to it I'm not seeing.
Anyone else? I would like to know if what I'm trying to do is, in fact, possible... otherwise starting with thewal_level=minimal case first will be wasted effort in case the other cases can't be integrated somehow... Leonardo -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (email@example.com) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers