Kevin Grittner <> writes:
> I'm torn on whether we should cave to popular demand on this; but
> if we do, we sure need to be very clear in the documentation about
> what a successful return from a commit request means.  Sooner or
> later, Murphy's Law being what it is, if we do this someone will
> lose the primary and blame us because the synchronous replica is
> missing gobs of transactions that were successfully committed.

I'm for not caving.  I think people who are asking for this don't
actually understand what they'd be getting.

                        regards, tom lane

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