On Wed, Nov 2, 2016 at 1:34 PM, Michael Paquier <michael.paqu...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hm... Right. That was broken. And actually, while the record-level > flag is useful so as you don't need to rely on checking > wal_consistency when doing WAL redo, the block-level flag is useful to > make a distinction between blocks that have to be replayed and the > ones that are used only for consistency, and both types could be mixed > in a record. Using it in bimg_info would be fine... Perhaps a better > name for the flag would be something like BKPIMAGE_APPLY, to mean that > the FPW needs to be applied at redo. Or BKPIMAGE_IGNORE, to bypass it > when replaying it. IS_REQUIRED_FOR_REDO is quite confusing. BKPIMAGE_APPLY seems reasonable.
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