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Re: [PHP-DEV] Re: Re: PostgreSQL and PHP persistent connections

From: Jouni Ahto <jah(at)php(dot)net>
To: Bruce Momjian <pgman(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us>
Cc: "Thies C(dot) Arntzen" <thies(at)thieso(dot)net>, "Thies C(dot) Arntzen" <thies(at)digicol(dot)de>, Rasmus(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us, Lerdorf <rasmus(at)php(dot)net>, PostgreSQL-interfaces <pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org>, php-dev(at)lists(dot)php(dot)net
Subject: Re: [PHP-DEV] Re: Re: PostgreSQL and PHP persistent connections
Date: 2001-02-12 23:19:26
Message-ID: Pine.LNX.4.10.10102130105170.6518-100000@morpheus.mork.net (view raw or flat)
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Any reasons there could't be either more statuses for a connection besides
CONNECTION_BAD, CONNECTION_OK, or alternativetely, a new libpq function
that could tell us READY_TO_RECEIVE_MORE_SQL_COMMANDS,
PREVIOUS_TRANSACTION_ABORTED_UNTIL_..., etc. (Sorry that I'm shouting... I
just write constant names that way like everyone else.)

-- Jouni

On Mon, 12 Feb 2001, Bruce Momjian wrote:

> > > We discussed using 'ROLLBACK' before passing a connection to a new user,
> > > but the problem was that ROLLBACK with no open transaction causes a
> > > server log error message.  We discussed adding 'ROLLBACK SILENT' to fix
> > > this, but I believe a better, more portable solution is a simple "BEGIN
> > > WORK;ROLLBACK".  This will do nothing if there is no open transaction,
> > > and will ROLLBACK any open transaction.  I propose this be sent by PHP
> > > as the first query when passing persistent connections.
> > 
> >     i'll have a look at that tomorrow (if my family allows;-). if
> >     "BEGIN WORK;ROLLBACK" does not stack transactions i think you
> >     might have found the solution to the php-postgres problem! do
> 
> If we every get nested transactions, this will no longer work, but we
> don't have them, and will not for a while.
> 
> >     you know how other script-interfaces (perl) to postgres
> >     handle the very same thing?
> 
> They don't handle them, but our Java interface just added this feature.
> 
> 
> > > As far as SET changes, does anyone on the PostgreSQL interfaces list
> > > have a suggestion on how to RESET all session parameters?  Seems we may
> > > need to add this feature in to the backend.
> > 
> >     with the oracle driver (i wrote) there is a neat thing in the
> >     oci-libs: you have a server-handle _and_ a session handle.
> >     the session handle sits "on" the server-handle and keeps
> >     _all_ session specific data, the server handle "only" carries
> >     the pure connection to oracle. so i keep the server handle
> >     persistent and allocate/free session handles on it for each
> >     request to PHP. that way the sessions are always clean. but i
> >     also do a forces rollback on the session handle before i free
> >     it on request-end so that in case of a script error all
> >     outstanding transactions are rolled-back.
> 
> Yes, it would be nice if we had that feature.
> 
> -- 
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