On Wed, Jun 8, 2016 at 10:18 AM, Tom Lane <t...@sss.pgh.pa.us> wrote:
>>> Note that there is a dump/restore hazard if people have set the
>>> parallel_degree reloption on a beta1 install, or used ALTER { USER |
>>> DATABASE } .. SET parallel_degree.  Can everybody live with that?
>>> Should I bump catversion when applying this?
>> IMHO, we just need to call it out in the beta2 announcement.
> catversion is not relevant to GUC changes.  It's not really necessary,
> because you'd get a clean, easily diagnosed and repaired failure during
> postmaster startup anyway.  The point of bumping catversion is to prevent
> a postmaster starting when the incompatibility is subtler or harder to
> debug than that.

The reloption is also getting renamed here.

Robert Haas
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