Ühel kenal päeval, L, 2006-08-12 kell 10:59, kirjutas Tom Lane:
> Hannu Krosing <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Ühel kenal päeval, K, 2006-08-09 kell 10:57, kirjutas Tom Lane:
> >> Insert points to the next byte to be written within the internal WAL
> >> buffers.  The byte(s) preceding it haven't necessarily gotten out of
> >> those buffers yet.  Write points to the end of what we've actually
> >> written to the kernel,
> > I assume that it also points to the byte after what is written to
> > kernel, or is it tha last byte written ?
> Right, it's really first-unwritten-byte for all three pointers.
> The two newly added functions to convert WAL locations to filenames
> use XLByteToPrevSeg(), so they should do the right thing here
> (see comments in src/include/access/xlog_internal.h).

How do they behave exactly at the file boundary ?

That is will it point 1 byte past end of old file, or byte 0 of the new
one ?

>                       regards, tom lane
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