Tom Lane wrote:
>A bigger objection is that we couldn't get libssl to use it (AFAIK).
>The flag really needs to be settable on the socket (eg, via fcntl),
It's a per-send flag, it's not possible to force it on with a fcntl :-(
What about an option to skip the sigaction calls for apps that can
handle SIGPIPE? I'm not sure if an option at connect time, or a flag
accessible through a function like PQsetnonblocking() is the better
Attached is a patch that adds a connstr option, but I don't like it.
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