Magnus Hagander <magnus(at)hagander(dot)net> writes:
> Attached patch implements a function called pg_primary_conninfo() that
> returns, well, the primary_conninfo used on the standby when in
> streaming replication mode (otherwise NULL).
What's the use case? And aren't there security reasons to NOT expose
that? It might contain a password for instance.
> + if (recptr.xlogid == 0 && recptr.xrecoff == 0 && conninfo != '\0')
> + PG_RETURN_NULL();
This test seems a bit incoherent.
regards, tom lane
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