The following bug has been logged online:
Bug reference: 6042
Logged by: Tomonari Katsumata
Email address: katsumata(dot)tomonari(at)po(dot)ntts(dot)co(dot)jp
PostgreSQL version: 9.1beta1
Operating system: RHEL5.3 x86_64
Description: unlogged table with Streaming Replication
I've checked "unlogged table" and "Streaming Replication".
I'm thinking about using unlogged tables as work-tables on Primary.
1) construct Streaming Replication Environment.
Primary and Standby are same server with different database cluster and
2) create unlogged table on Primary.
=# CREATE UNLOGGED TABLE tbl1(i int);
This table is available on primary only.
3) Stop Standby.
[standby]$ pg_ctl stop
4) create unlogged table on Primary again.
=# CREATE UNLOGGED TABLE tbl2(i int);
when I executed 4), any response is not back to my psql. and I canceled the
query, I got messages bellow.
Cancel request sent
WARNING: canceling wait for synchronous replication due to user request
DETAIL: The transaction has already committed locally, but may not have
been replicated to the standby.
and the table has been created.
I think It's strange behavior(a canceled table has been created).
Is this the same problem with "BUG #6041"?
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