On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 4:48 AM, Sander, Ingo (NSN - DE/Munich)
> Sql query "select pg_last_xlog_receive_location(); " does not work during
> startup of standby database.
> We have a active-standby system with PostgreSQL Streaming Replication beta2.
> If the active database is up the database is in use (read/write queries will
> be performed). Then the standby PostgreSQL SR will be started (the complete
> database from the active side is copied to the standby side; nec. Files for
> starting streaming replication are created). Directly after the possibility
> to connect to the standby system, the above given sql query will be
> executed. To this timepoint the sql query delivers an error.
What is the error message?
> To a later
> timepoint (all wal segments are completly incooperated) the query delivers a
> valid result.
> What is the reason for the error?
> Exists a command to find out if the standby database is really active to
> accept/can work with sql commands?
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