On Sat, Mar 7, 2009 at 9:35 PM, Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> wrote:
>> * Proposal of PITR performance improvement. Fujii Masao posted an
>> updated version of this patch. I believe it has yet to be reviewed by
>> a committer.
> Has it been reviewed by anybody? There's no trace of reviewing work
> on the commitfest page. Personally I've been ignoring it on the
> assumption that someone else should review it first.
The original patch was submitted by Koichi Suzuki - quite a few other
people have looked at it and provided comments. Simon Riggs was
assigned as the original reviewer, but for some reason Dave Page
removed his name from the wiki a few days ago (I'm fixing this now).
Actually, this patch has been reviewed by a whole slough of people.
(Heikki Linnakangas - I forgot about this when I made my previous
statement that it hadn't been looked at by a committer yet; this was a
(quick comment from Greg Stark, no formal review)
As far as I can tell the patch author has responded to all comments
and pretty much done everything right. I haven't even looked at it
enough to understand what it does or why I should care, but AFAICS
it's had more interest and more reviewing than 90% of what was
submitted for this CommitFest.
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