daveg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> lock-timeout sets statement_timeout to a small value while locks are being
> taken on all the tables. Then it resets it to default. So it could reset it
> to whatever the new default is.

"reset to default" is *surely* not the right behavior; resetting to the
setting that had been in effect might be a bit sane.  But the whole
design sounds pretty broken to start with.  The timer management code
already understands the concept of scheduling the interrupt for the
nearest of a couple of potentially active timeouts.  ISTM any patch
intended to add a feature like this ought to extend that logic rather
than hack around changing the values of global variables.

                        regards, tom lane

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