On Tue, Mar 18, 2014 at 3:38 AM, Alvaro Herrera
> Here's an adjusted version. In this one, the extra info is not used to
> construct a string from pieces, but instead it puts it at the end, like
> LOG: process 18899 still waiting for ShareLock on transaction 697 after
> 1000.203 ms
> CONTEXT: while operating on tuple (0,2) in relation "public"."foo" of
> database "postgres": updating tuple
> This way, each part can sensibly be translated. In fact I did translate
> one instance to test it at work, and it looks good to me:
> LOG: el proceso 22555 adquirió ShareLock en transacción 705 después de
> 1514.017 ms
> CONTEXT: mientras se operaba en la tupla (0,2) en la relación "public"."foo"
> de la base de datos «postgres»: actualizando tupla
> Now there might be bikeshedding on the exact wording I've chosen for
> each instance of context setup, but I expect it's a fairly minor point
> One remaining issue is that now ConditionalXactLockTableWait doesn't set
> up error context info.
ConditionalXactLockTableWait() is not going to block on lock which
is when this new context will be printed. So I think there is no need
to change it. Is there a case where it will be needed which I am
> We could solve this by having a common routine
> that serves both that one and XactLockTableWait (much like
> Do_MultiXactIdWait does), but I'm not sure it's worth the trouble.
> Therefore I think the only case worth considering here is when
> database/relation/TID are all defined. The other cases where there is
> partial information are dead code; and the case where there is nothing
> defined (such as the one in SnapBuildFindSnapshot) is already handled by
> simply not setting up a context at all.
Right. So I think we should just keep one version of message.
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