On 4/13/17 18:09, Petr Jelinek wrote:
> It would have the
> disadvantage that if some tables were consistently failing, no other
> tables could get synchronized as the amount of workers is limited. OTOH
> the approach chosen in the patch will first try all tables and only then
> start rate limiting, not quite sure which is better.

I think the latter is better.

One of the scenarios cited originally somewhere was one table failing
because of an encoding issue.  So it's useful to allow other tables to

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