On Thu, Mar 24, 2016 at 2:11 AM, Michael Paquier
> On Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 11:32 PM, Robert Haas <robertmh...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Well, I wouldn't go that far. It seems pretty clear that remote_apply
>> by itself is useful - I can't imagine anybody seriously arguing the
>> contrary, whatever they think of this implementation. My view,
>> though, is that by itself that's pretty limiting: you can only have
>> one standby, and if that standby falls over then you lose
>> availability. Causal reads fixes both of those problems - admittedly
>> that requires some knowledge in the application or the pooler, but
>> it's no worse than SSI in that regard. Still, half a loaf is better
>> than none, and I imagine even just getting remote_apply would make a
>> few people quite happy.
> OK, let's do so then, even if causal reads don't get into 9.6 users
> could get advantage of remote_apply on multiple nodes if the N-sync
> patch gets in.
> Just looking at 0001.
> - <literal>remote_write</>, <literal>local</>, and <literal>off</>.
> + <literal>remote_write</>, <literal>remote_apply</>,
> <literal>local</>, and <literal>off</>.
> The default, and safe, setting
> I imagine that a run of pgindent would be welcome for such large lines.
I didn't think pgindent touched the docs. But I agree lines over 80
characters should be wrapped if they're being modified anyway.
> +#define XactCompletionSyncApplyFeedback(xinfo) \
> + (!!(xinfo & XACT_COMPLETION_SYNC_APPLY_FEEDBACK))
> That's not directly something this patch should take care of, but the
> notation "!!" has better be avoided (see stdbool thread with VS2015).
> - SyncRepWaitForLSN(gxact->prepare_end_lsn);
> + SyncRepWaitForLSN(gxact->prepare_end_lsn, false);
> Isn't it important to ensure that a PREPARE LSN is applied as well on
> the standby with remote_apply? Say if an application prepares a
> transaction, it would commit locally but its LSN may not be applied on
> the standby with this patch. That would be a surprising behavior for
> the user.
You need to wait for COMMIT PREPARED, but I don't see why you need to
wait for PREPARE itself.
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