Tom Lane wrote:
> Nickolay <nitro(at)zhukcity(dot)ru> writes:
>> BUT it seems that rarely this transaction is being delayed to apply and
>> log entry is being inserted in wrong order:
>> ID timestamp
>> 1 2009-08-08 00:00:00.111
>> 2 2009-08-08 00:00:30.311
>> 3 2009-08-08 00:00:00.211
>> Yep, that's right - sometimes for 30 seconds or even more.
> You haven't provided enough information to let anyone guess at the
> problem. Have you checked to see if one of the processes is blocking
> on a lock, or perhaps there's a sudden spike in system load, or what?
> Watching pg_stat_activity, pg_locks, and/or "vmstat 1" output during
> one of these events might help narrow down what's happening.
> regards, tom lane
Thank you, guys. Problem's solved. I'm guilty and stupid :-)
One of the SELECT's in the transaction was wrong. Its job was to select
messages from archive by several conditions, including:
date_time::date = now()::date
(i.e. timestamp field "date_time" was being converted to date type).
After first run, postgresql seems to fix my mistake by cache or
something else and futher SELECT's are being executed in a matter of
Fixed the statement to:
date_time >= now()::date
and now everything seems to work just fine even at first run.
Best regards, Nick.
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