On 24/12/14 15:15, Bruce Momjian wrote:
On Tue, Dec 23, 2014 at 06:00:21PM -0300, Alvaro Herrera wrote:
Bruce Momjian wrote:
I noticed this when looking at the allocated shared memory structures in

        shared memory alignment 64-byte of CommitTs Ctl:  0
        shared memory alignment 64-byte of CommitTs shared:  0

I thought we got rid of the idea that 'Ts' means timestamp.  Was this
part forgotten?

Do you have a specific reference?  That's not the concern I remember,
and I sure don't want to re-read that whole thread again.

I remember the issue of using _ts and 'ts' inconsistently, and I thought
we were going to spell out timestamp in more places, but maybe I am
remembering incorrectly.

The change was from committs to commit_ts + CommitTs depending on place.

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