Tom Lane wrote:
Andrew Dunstan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
            if (pset.c->db->asyncStatus != PGASYNC_BUSY)

There already is a defined API for this, namely PQisBusy().

In any case, I rather concur with the XXX comment: busy-waiting like
this sucks.  The correct way to do this is to get the socket numbers for
the connections (via PQsocket), wait for any of them to be read-ready
according to select() (or for the timeout to elapse, assuming that we
think that behavior is good), then cycle through PQconsumeInput() and
PQisBusy() on each connection.  See


In that case I guess Greg has some work to do :-) . Looks like there are about five such calls in toto, so it's not a huge tragedy.



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