> You're assuming that we should set up the default behavior to support
> replication and penalize those who aren't using it.
What's the penalty? Simon just said that there isn't one.
And there's a difference between saying that I "failed to make a case"
vs. "the cost is too great". Saying the former is saying that my
argument lacks merit (or content) entirely, rather than saying that it's
not sufficient. I made a case, the case just didn't persuade you ... yet.
> I entirely agree that it ought to be easier to set up replication.
> But there's a difference between having a big red EASY button for people
> to push, and pushing it for them.
If we have a single boolean GUC called "replication", I would be happy.
Even if it defaulted to "off".
-- Josh Berkus
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