"David F. Skoll" <dfs(at)roaringpenguin(dot)com> writes:
> Tom Lane wrote:
>> So, when it archives successfully the second time, which if either of
>> the two mismatched sha1's proves to have been correct?
> The one on the master server (lines wrapped for readability).
> However, the sha1 is taken after rsync exits, so it's unknown what
> the local sha1 actually was while the rsync was running.
Be worth taking the sha1 first to see if you get a different answer
about that, or maybe even doing it twice.
>> (I'm still wondering about the possibility that the WAL file is changing
>> underneath you ...)
> Well, can PostgreSQL change the WAL file while the archive_command is
It's not supposed to...
regards, tom lane
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