On Mon, Feb 23, 2015 at 5:28 PM, Rahila Syed <rahilasye...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> Attached is a patch which has following changes,
> As suggested above block ID in xlog structs has been replaced by chunk ID.
> Chunk ID is used to distinguish between different types of xlog record
> fragments.
> Like,
> In block references, block ID follows the chunk ID. Here block ID retains
> its functionality.
> This approach increases data by 1 byte for each block reference in an xlog
> record. This approach separates ID referring different fragments of xlog
> record from the actual block ID which is used to refer  block references in
> xlog record.

I've not read this logic yet, but ISTM there is a bug in that new WAL format
because I got the following error and the startup process could not replay
any WAL records when I set up replication and enabled wal_compression.

LOG:  record with invalid length at 0/30000B0
LOG:  record with invalid length at 0/3000518
LOG:  Invalid block length in record 0/30005A0
LOG:  Invalid block length in record 0/3000D60


Fujii Masao

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