On 2013-10-16 11:03:12 +0530, Pavan Deolasee wrote:
> I think you are right. Someone who understands the replication code very
> well advised us to use that log message as a way to measure how much time
> it takes to send all the missing WAL to a remote standby on a slow WAN
> link. While it worked well for all measurements, when we use a middleware
> which caches a lot of traffic on the sender side, this log message was very
> counter intuitive. It took several more minutes for the standby to actually
> receive all the WAL files and catch up after the message was displayed on
> the master side. But then as you said, may be relying on the message was
> not the best way to measure the time.

Query pg_stat_replication instead, that has the flush position.


Andres Freund

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