On Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 11:08 AM, Tatsuo Ishii <is...@sraoss.co.jp> wrote:
>     <para>
>      In normal operation, <quote>read-only</> transactions are allowed to
> -    update sequences and to use <command>LISTEN</>, <command>UNLISTEN</>, and
> +    use <command>LISTEN</>, <command>UNLISTEN</>, and
>      <command>NOTIFY</>, so Hot Standby sessions operate under slightly 
> tighter
>      restrictions than ordinary read-only sessions.  It is possible that some
>      of these restrictions might be loosened in a future release.

Your modification does not look completely correct to me either.
Temporary sequences can be updated in read-only transactions. I think
that the page listing the sequence-related functions should as well
mention those restrictions for nextval() and setval().

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