Hello, sorry for long absense.
> At first I was unhappy that you'd removed the restriction that
> timelines only change on a shutdown checkpoint. But the reality is
> timelines change at any point in the WAL stream - the only way to tell
> between end of WAL and a timeline change is by looking for later
Yes, I felt uncomfortable with that point. The overlooking map
of timeline evolution on WAL stream seems obscure, and it should
have been made clear to do this. I couldn't show the clear map
for this CF.
> The rest of the logic seems OK, but its a big thing we're doing here
> and so it will take longer yet. Putting all the theory into comments
> in code would certainly help here.
Ok, I agreed.
> I don't have much else to say on this right now. I'm not committing
> anything on this now since I'm about to go on holiday, but I'll be
> looking at this when I get back.
Have a nice holyday.
> For now, I'm going to mark this as Returned With Feedback, but please
> don't be discouraged by that.
I think we have enough time to think about that yet, and I
believe this will be worth doing.
NTT Open Source Software Center
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