Greg Stark <stark(at)mit(dot)edu> writes:
> josh, nobody is talking about it because it doesn't make sense. you could
> only retry if it was the first query in the transaction and only if you
> could prove there were no side-effects outside the database and then you
> would have no reason to think the retry would be any more likely to work.
But it's hot standby, so there are no data-modifying transactions.
Volatile functions could be a problem, though. A bigger problem is
we might have already shipped partial query results to the client.
I agree it ain't easy, but it might not be completely out of the
question. Definitely won't be happening for 9.0 though.
regards, tom lane
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