On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 7:27 PM, Heikki Linnakangas
> the frontend always puts the
> connection to non-blocking mode, while the backend uses blocking mode.
Really? By default (i.e., without the expressly setting by using
PQsetnonblocking()), the connection is set to blocking mode even
in frontend. Am I missing something?
> At least with SSL, I think it's possible for pq_wait() to return false
> positives, if the SSL layer decides to renegotiate the connection
> causing data to flow in the other direction in the underlying TCP
> connection. A false positive would lead cause walsender to block
> indefinitely on the pq_getbyte() call.
Sorry. I could not understand that issue scenario. Could you explain
it in more detail?
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