On Mon, Dec 19, 2016 at 09:49:58PM +0900, Fujii Masao wrote: > Regarding this feature, there are some loose ends. We should work on > and complete them until the release. > > (1) > Which synchronous replication method, priority or quorum, should be > chosen when neither FIRST nor ANY is specified in s_s_names? Right now, > a priority-based sync replication is chosen for keeping backward > compatibility. However some hackers argued to change this decision > so that a quorum commit is chosen because they think that most users > prefer to a quorum. > > (2) > There will be still many source comments and documentations that > we need to update, for example, in high-availability.sgml. We need to > check and update them throughly. > > (3) > The priority value is assigned to each standby listed in s_s_names > even in quorum commit though those priority values are not used at all. > Users can see those priority values in pg_stat_replication. > Isn't this confusing? If yes, it might be better to always assign 1 as > the priority, for example.
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