So I've finished reformulating this patch to use the device/inode instead of the hash idea I had earlier.

I have tested this patch (on Darwin) to permit the postmaster to recover after a crash or killing, and it will not permit the postmaster to restart while another postmaster or backends are still in the database (regardless of the lockfile status). The ideas are the same as before, but are described via flowchart in the attached PDF. The three template files opt-out those particular templates from the POSIX shmem, but this could be done alternately by opting-in the desired patches. An autoconf'ing of the patched configure.in file is, of course, required.


I appreciate the feedback and consideration.

Thanks again,
Chris Marcellino



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