On Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 11:31 AM, Euler Taveira de Oliveira
> On 02-02-2012 20:06, Magnus Hagander wrote:
>> If there is more than one concurrent backup running, which one do you
>> return? The first one or the latest one? Or perhaps you need an
>> interface thta can return them all...
> IMHO, pg_is_in_backup() should return true if one or more backup copies are
> running. As about returning the backup timestamp, we could return an array
> like array[['label_1', '2012-01-28 02:00:01 BRST'], ['label_2', '2012-01-28
> 03:40:34 BRST']] or NULL if none.
It seems to be more user-friendly to introduce a view like pg_stat_backup
rather than the function returning an array.
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