Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <pgman(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us> writes:
>>Yes, your vote counts very much. What if I apply the patch, but mark
>>the posix_advise() call in a NOT_USED macro block, so it will be ready
>>for people to test, but will not be used until we are sure.
> Sounds like a recipe for ensuring it never will be tested. What's
> needed here is some actual tests, not preparation...
Gotta second that.
Does the OP have a test scenario that those of us with appropriate OS's
could try? Come to think of it, what are the appropriate OS's? (I see
NetBSD mentioned so I suppose all the *BSDs, but what others?).
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