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pgsql: Bring some sanity to the trace_recovery_messages code and docs.

From: tgl(at)postgresql(dot)org (Tom Lane)
To: pgsql-committers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: pgsql: Bring some sanity to the trace_recovery_messages code and docs.
Date: 2010-08-19 22:55:01
Message-ID: 20100819225501.5E1AE7541D7@cvs.postgresql.org (view raw or flat)
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Log Message:
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Bring some sanity to the trace_recovery_messages code and docs.
Per gripe from Fujii Masao, though this is not exactly his proposed patch.
Categorize as DEVELOPER_OPTIONS and set context PGC_SIGHUP, as per Fujii,
but set the default to LOG because higher values aren't really sensible
(see the code for trace_recovery()).  Fix the documentation to agree with
the code and to try to explain what the variable actually does.  Get rid
of no-op calls trace_recovery(LOG), which accomplish nothing except to
demonstrate that this option confuses even its author.

Modified Files:
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    pgsql/doc/src/sgml:
        config.sgml (r1.304 -> r1.305)
        (http://anoncvs.postgresql.org/cvsweb.cgi/pgsql/doc/src/sgml/config.sgml?r1=1.304&r2=1.305)
    pgsql/src/backend/storage/ipc:
        standby.c (r1.28 -> r1.29)
        (http://anoncvs.postgresql.org/cvsweb.cgi/pgsql/src/backend/storage/ipc/standby.c?r1=1.28&r2=1.29)
    pgsql/src/backend/utils/error:
        elog.c (r1.225 -> r1.226)
        (http://anoncvs.postgresql.org/cvsweb.cgi/pgsql/src/backend/utils/error/elog.c?r1=1.225&r2=1.226)
    pgsql/src/backend/utils/misc:
        guc.c (r1.567 -> r1.568)
        (http://anoncvs.postgresql.org/cvsweb.cgi/pgsql/src/backend/utils/misc/guc.c?r1=1.567&r2=1.568)

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