Tom Lane wrote:
> Robert Haas <robertmhaas(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> > * Listen / Notify rewrite. This is the only one of the remaining
> > patches that is not marked as Ready for Committer, but I think it
> > would be good if someone (probably Tom) at least took a look at it.
> > I'm not sure if it's committable at this point, but we should at least
> > try to provide some good feedback.
> I will look at this one. It'd be nice to get it in if at all possible,
> because the existing listen/notify infrastructure won't play very nicely
> with HS --- eg, inspecting pg_listener on the slave might yield the
> false impression that some of the slave-side backends had active LISTENs
> because of chance matches of PID.
Good point. Is pg_listener the only place we expose PIDs in heap files?
I know we expose them in views but those are not affected by HS, I
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