On Thu, Mar 23, 2017 at 4:50 AM, Magnus Hagander <mag...@hagander.net> wrote:
> One thing we might want to consider around this -- in 10 we have
> target_session_attrs=read-write (since
> 721f7bd3cbccaf8c07cad2707826b83f84694832), which will issue a SHOW
> transaction_read_only on the connection.
> We should probably consider if there is some way we can implement these two
> things the same way. If we're inventing a new variable that gets pushed on
> each connection, perhaps we can use that one and avoid the SHOW command?
I think that would be a good idea. It was, in fact, proposed to do
exactly that as part of the patch that added
target_session_attrs=read-write, but we ended up not doing anything
about it because the SHOW mechanism would still be needed when
connecting to pre-10 versions of PostgreSQL. Therefore, it seemed
like a separate improvement. But if we're adding a GUC_REPORT value
that could be used for the same or a similar purpose, I think it would
make sense to consider revising that mechanism to leverage it as well,
obviously only on releases that have the GUC.
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