On Sat, May 06, 2017 at 02:44:27PM +0200, Petr Jelinek wrote: > On 05/05/17 19:51, Petr Jelinek wrote: > > On 05/05/17 14:40, tushar wrote: > >> Hi, > >> > >> While testing 'logical replication' against v10 , i encountered one > >> issue where data stop migrating after ALTER PUBLICATION. > >> > >> X Server > >> \\ Make sure wal_level is set to logical in postgresql.conf file > >> \\create table/Insert 1 row -> create table test(n int); insert into t > >> values (1); > >> \\create publication for all -> create publication pub for ALL TABLES ; > >> > >> > >> Y server > >> > >> \\ Make sure wal_level is set to logical in postgresql.conf file > >> \\create table -> create table test(n int); > >> > >> \\create Subscription > >> > >> CREATE SUBSCRIPTION sub CONNECTION 'host=localhost dbname=postgres > >> port=5432 ' PUBLICATION pub; > >> > >> [...] > >> > >> I think probably syntax of alter subscription is not correct but > >> surprisingly it is not throwing an error. > >> > > > > Syntax of ALTER command is correct, syntax of the connection string is > > not, you are probably getting errors in log from the replication worker. > > > > We could check validity of the connection string though to complain > > immediately like we do in CREATE. > > > > The attached does exactly that.
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