Well, this all seemed like work-in-progress stuff so it wasn't being
tracked. If you have things that need to be reviewed/applied, I suggest
you resubmit and mark them as ready.
As far as the doc patch, I see that as applied by Tom:
date: 2008/01/23 20:21:37; author: tgl; state: Exp; lines: +10 -4
Provide a concrete example of parameter expansion in archive_command.
Per discussion of bug #3877. Simon Riggs, some fixes by moi.
Simon Riggs wrote:
> I've submitted 5 patches in Jan/Feb, none of which appear on the patch
> status page for the CommitFest, or any other status page I'm aware of.
> There *is* a comment on that page about "Minor Recovery..." which was a
> patch from me that was committed to 8.3 on 26 Sep 2007, so that item can
> be removed from the list.
> My understanding of status on them is this:
> * Bulk Insert tuning - 26 Feb
> Reviewed and changes agreed. With me to complete patch.
> * TransactionIdIsInProgress cache
> Committed on 11 Mar
> * Truncate Triggers - 30 Jan
> Not reviewed yet.
> This is a fully tested and production ready patch, apart from a few
> sections of #ifdef'd code that were intended as stubs to show how we
> might implement a brief suggestion of Tom's as an extension to the
> concept of Truncate Triggers. I think we can ignore that and look to
> apply the patch, minus the #ifdef'd sections now. Happy to produce a
> clean patch with no #ifdef'd sections if that assists review.
> * sinval contention reduction - 25 Jan
> A discussion patch prior to some performance testing which subsequently
> never took place. FWIW I have an updated patch which I haven't yet
> published but haven't yet had access to a test machine to try this at
> high volumes.
> * Doc patch for bug 3877 - 17 Jan
> Ready to be applied.
> My understanding is that all prior patches of mine have been dealt with.
> Simon Riggs
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