* Tom Lane ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: > Stephen Frost <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > > * Tom Lane ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: > >> It'd be relatively painless to make that happen as part of the > >> deadlock-check timeout function, but that's typically only a one-second > >> delay not a "few seconds". I think it'd likely be overly chatty. > > > Yeah, I wouldn't want one per second. Do we already track how long > > we've been waiting? > > No, because we're *asleep*. You'd have to add an additional > timeout-interrupt reason. Plus there's a ton of interesting questions > about what's safe to do from an interrupt service routine.
Eh, I wouldn't really want to add an additional timeout-interrupt if we could avoid it. Sorry, hadn't followed what you meant (honestly, I expected us to already have some kind of timeout loop when waiting, nice to know that we don't :). As I mentioned to Alvaro, a single NOTICE after a full second of waiting would be fine for my use case, at least. My main concern was that it'd be one-per-second, which would be too much. I agree with your concern about doing things from an ISR though... Thanks, Stephen
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