Craig A. James wrote:
> There have been dozens, perhaps hundreds, of entries in the pg-admin,
> pg-general, and pg-performance lists regarding killing a session, but as
> far as I can tell, there is no Postgres solution. Did I miss something?
> This raises the question: Why doesn't Postgres have a "kill session"
> command that works? Oracle has it, and it's invaluable; there is no
> substitute. Various writers to these PG lists have raised the question
> repeatedly. Is it just a matter that nobody has had the time to do it
> (which I respect!), or is there a reason why the Postgres team decided a
> "kill session" is a bad idea?
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