]] Magnus Hagander
| Seems reasonable to add this. Are there any scenarios where this can
| cause trouble, that would be fixed by having the ability to select
| non-standard behavior?
Well, it might be unwanted if you're on a pay-per-bit connection such as
3G, but in this case, it just makes the problem a bit worse than the
server keepalive already makes it – it doesn't introduce a new problem.
| I don't recall ever changing away from the standard behavior in any of
| my deployments, but that might be platform dependent?
If you were (ab)using postgres as an IPC mechanism, I could see it being
useful, but not in the normal case.
| If not, I think this is small and trivial enough not to have to push
| back for 9.1 ;)
Tollef Fog Heen
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