Petr Jelinek <petr.jeli...@2ndquadrant.com> writes:
> Let me expand, if we don't drop the slot by default when dropping
> subscription, we'll have a lot of users with dead slots laying around
> holding back WAL/catalog_xmin, that's really bad. If we do drop by
> default like now, we need option to not do that, neither RESTRICT, nor
> CASCADE fit that.
I'm not sure which part of "you can't have an option in DROP" isn't
clear to you. Whatever the default behavior is always has to work,
because that is what's going to happen during DROP OWNED BY, or
DROP DATABASE. If you want more than one behavior during DROP,
you need to drive that off something represented as a persistent
property of the object, not off an option in the DROP command.
I agree that RESTRICT/CASCADE don't fit this, unless the model
is that the slot is always owned by the subscription, which might
be too restrictive.
regards, tom lane
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