On Mon, May 08, 2017 at 06:27:30PM +0900, Masahiko Sawada wrote: > I encountered a situation where DROP SUBSCRIPTION got stuck when > initial table sync is in progress. In my environment, I created > several tables with some data on publisher. I created subscription on > subscriber and drop subscription immediately after that. It doesn't > always happen but I often encountered it on my environment. > > ps -x command shows the following. > > 96796 ? Ss 0:00 postgres: masahiko postgres [local] DROP > SUBSCRIPTION > 96801 ? Ts 0:00 postgres: bgworker: logical replication > worker for subscription 40993 waiting > 96805 ? Ss 0:07 postgres: bgworker: logical replication > worker for subscription 40993 sync 16418 > 96806 ? Ss 0:01 postgres: wal sender process masahiko [local] idle > 96807 ? Ss 0:00 postgres: bgworker: logical replication > worker for subscription 40993 sync 16421 > 96808 ? Ss 0:00 postgres: wal sender process masahiko [local] idle > > The DROP SUBSCRIPTION process (pid 96796) is waiting for the apply > worker process (pid 96801) to stop while holding a lock on > pg_subscription_rel. On the other hand the apply worker is waiting for > acquiring a tuple lock on pg_subscription_rel needed for heap_update. > Also table sync workers (pid 96805 and 96807) are waiting for the > apply worker process to change their status. > > Also, even when DROP SUBSCRIPTION is done successfully, the table sync > worker can be orphaned because I guess that the apply worker can exit > before change status of table sync worker. > > I'm using 1f30295.
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