Thomas Lee wrote:
An updated patch for the track_activity_query_size GUC variable.
Thanks, committed with some changes.
There was one bug: BackendStatusShmemSize() needs to report the memory
needed for the activity string buffers; it's used for sizing the single
fixed size shmem block on postmaster startup. I also fixed the
documentation to refer to the setting with the right name, noted that
it's a startup time option, and changed the wording a bit.
I tested the performance between strcpy and memcpy a little bit. As
expected, strcpy is a lot cheaper if the string is small. I chose
strcpy, since it's very likely that the buffer is over-sized, and even
if it's just the right size to hold typical queries, it's going to be
"<IDLE>" for idle connections.
Another simple optimization occurred to me while looking at this: we
should skip the memcpy/strcpy altogether if the BackendActivity slot is
not in use. That seems like a good bet, you usually don't try to max out
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