>> The remaining question for me is, how do we sleep until the correct
>> offset has been stored?
> I was thinking of just pg_usleep for some nominal time (1ms maybe)
> and try to read the offsets page again. This is a corner case so
> the performance doesn't have to be great.
Let me know if you need to test some other patches.
Again, thank you
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