On 06/26/2017 07:15 AM, Joel Jacobson wrote:
On Tue, Jun 20, 2017 at 8:54 PM, Alvaro Herrera
Unless you have a lot of users running psql manually, I don't see how
this is actually very useful or actionable. What would the user do with
the information? Hopefully your users already trust that you'd keep the
downtime to the minimum possible.
I think this feature would be useful for PgTerminator
a tool which automatically kills unprotected processes that could
potentially be the reason why
X number of protected important processes have been waiting for >Y seconds.
When I'm guilty of locking this in the production DB and get killed by
it would be nice to know the reason, e.g. that it was PgTerminator
that killed me
and what process I was blocking.
And not just the pid but literally "what".
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