Tom Lane wrote:
> Jan Wieck <JanWieck(at)Yahoo(dot)com> writes:
> > In the next couple of hours (at least tomorrow) I would be
> > ready to commit the backend changes for table-/index-access
> > statistics and current backend activity views.
> > Should I apply the patches or provide a separate patch for
> > review first?
> Considering that you've not offered any detailed information about
> what you plan to do (AFAIR), a patch for review first would be polite ...
We had that discussion a couple of weeks ago down to if it's
better to use UNIX or INET domain UDP sockets. But I expected
it not to be detailed enough for our current quality level
It's incomplete anyway since the per database configuration
in pg_database is missing and some other details I need to
tidy up. So I'll wrap up a patch tomorrow.
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