(catching up test threads) On Mon, Jul 3, 2017 at 7:02 AM, Tom Lane <t...@sss.pgh.pa.us> wrote: > I'm now inclined to think that the correct fix is to ensure that we > run synchronous rep in both directions, rather than to insert delays > to substitute for that. Just setting synchronous_standby_names for > node paris at the top of the script doesn't work, because there's > at least one place where the script intentionally issues commands > to paris while london is stopped.
I bet that using syncrep in both directions will likely avoid inconsistencies in the future if the test suite is extended on way or another. > But we could turn off sync rep for that step, perhaps. Yeah, by using synchronous_commit = off. > Anyone have a different view of what to fix here? No, this sounds like a good plan. What do you think about the attached? -- Michael
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