On 1/23/17 8:24 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
Jim Nasby <jim.na...@bluetreble.com> writes:
On 1/23/17 7:47 PM, Stephen Frost wrote:
It might be interesting to consider checking them in 'clean' pages in
shared_buffers in a background process, as that, presumably, *would*
detect shared buffers corruption.
Hmm... that would be interesting. Assuming the necessary functions are
exposed it presumably wouldn't be difficult to do that in an extension,
as a bgworker.
But we don't maintain the checksum of a page while it sits in shared
buffers. Trying to do so would break, eg, concurrent hint-bit updates.
Hrm, I thought the checksum would be valid if the buffer is marked clean?
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