Tom Lane wrote:
Markus Schiltknecht <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
Tom Lane wrote:
We *have* a log-writing process.  The problem is in getting the data to it.


Remember the imessages approach I'm using for Postgres-R? It passes messages around using shared memory and signals the receiver on incoming data. It's not perfect, sure, but it's a general solution to a common problem.

Uh-huh.  And how will you get libc's dynamic-link code to buy into
issuing link error messages this way?  Not to mention every other bit
of code that might get linked into the backend?

I was refering to the 'getting data to another process' problem. If that's the problem (as you said upthread) imessages might be a solution.

Trapping what comes out of stderr is simply too useful a behavior to lose.

Sure. I've never said anything against that.

Regards

Markus

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