Kris Jurka <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > On Thu, 30 Dec 2004, [ISO-8859-1] Hans-JŘrgen Sch÷nig wrote: >> We have implemented a patch which can be used by connection pools for >> instance. RESECT CONNECTION cleans up a backend so that it can be >> reused. Temp tables, LISTEN / NOTIFY stuff, WITH HOLD cursors, open >> transactions, prepared statements and GUCs are cleaned up. I hope we >> have not missed important per-backend information.
> From the JDBC driver's perspective this doesn't meet the needs I'd like to > see in a connection reset. In the initial connection setup a number of > GUC variables are tweaked to what the JDBC driver desires (DateStyle, > client_encoding). When resetting we'd want to reset to this point, not > the default values. I haven't looked at the proposed patch, but I would've expected that it duplicates the existing RESET ALL behavior for GUC settings. And that already works the way you want. Values taken from the client connection request packet establish the session defaults, ie, what RESET goes to. > Also I don't like the idea of cleaning up prepared statements. Hmm. This seems a bit eye-of-the-beholder-ish, ie you could make a legitimate argument either way. Maybe the RESET CONNECTION command should have an option whether to zap prepared statements or not? Is there anything else falling in the category of "debatable"? regards, tom lane ---------------------------(end of broadcast)--------------------------- TIP 6: Have you searched our list archives? http://archives.postgresql.org