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Chris Marcellino wrote:
> 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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