On 10/21/16 3:12 AM, David G. Johnston wrote:

I have no problem continuing keeping with historical precedent ‚Äčand
allowing mnemonic abbreviations in our directory and file names at this
point.


I'm still in favor of pg_xact. A search of the 9.6 docs brings up a number of hits for "xact": pg_last_xact_replay_timestamp(), pg_advisory_xact_lock(), pg_advisory_xact_lock_shared(), pg_last_committed_xact(), pg_prepared_xacts(), etc. There are also numerous column names that have "xact" in them.

It's not just an arcane developer term when it shows up in a number of our user-facing functions/columns.

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-David
da...@pgmasters.net


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