On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 8:54 PM, Heikki Linnakangas
> Simon Riggs wrote:
>> Currently, we had presumed
>> that standby_mode = off would be the same as Warm Standby replication,
>> using pg_standby or other.
> That's still true. standby_mode=off is the same as what you have in PG
> 8.4. You can still use pg_standby etc. with that.
>> pg_standby checks file size before returning. If you just use "cp" as
>> suggested then it would fail because the copy would start before the
>> file is ready to be copied.
> True. You could work around that by using a script instead of plain
> 'cp', or by making sure that no partial files appear in the archive in
> the other end.
How about just retrying SR instead of emitting a FATAL error in
RestoreArchivedFile() when a partial WAL file has been restored?
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