Alvaro Herrera wrote:
> Robert Gruszka wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have multi-thread application written in Ada which uses APQ. All
> > threads use the same connection (can't afford one connection per
> > thread). I compiled libpq with --enable-thread-safty option.
> > When two threads try to execute a query at the same time one of them is
> > blocked and even when the other one finishes it is not unblocked.
> The libpq API is not really intended to be used by multiple threads
> simultaneously (unless you make sure only one thread is submitting a
> query and waiting for the result at any time).
> The --enable-thread-safety flag is merely to ensure that the calls to
> other libraries (Kerberos, etc) are handled in a thread-safe manner. It
> doesn't have any effect on the thread safety of the libpq API itself.
Just to clarify, libpq is thread-safe is each thread uses its own
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