"Tom Lane" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> дÈëÓʼþ
> "Jacky Leng" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Cann't we remove this param?
> No.
> > We can rewrite like this:
> > 1.XLogReadBuffer:
> >   * remove init;
> >   * everytime we cann't read a block, just "log_invalid_page" it, and
> > InvalidBuffer;
> Your proposal degrades the robustness of the system by turning non-error
> cases into errors.  If the caller is able to rewrite the page fully, we
> should not report an error when it's not available to read.

Oh, I see, but how about my second question, is it possible?
If it happens:
1. the second rel's pages' lsn surely is lager than xlog records of the
first rel;
2. so it's possible some xlog record are not redoed;
3. but those pages that can be rewrite fully are rewrited unconditionaly,

If I do a PITR recovery now, is there any trouble?----The file contains both
old rels'data and new rel's.

Am I wrong?

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