Jan Wieck writes:
> Really? I remember that someday it was "if I'm waiting 60
> seconds for my lock, ...". What a change.
> What's the exact location of that parameter to change?
include/config.h:#define DEADLOCK_CHECK_TIMER 1
This only has second resolution. I changed it to milliseconds for my
configuration clean-up (details coming soon), but I'm not sure if that's
worth a lot.
The logic behind this is in backend/storage/lmgr/proc.c.
> Only that there
> are hundreds of functions in utils/adt and contrib that need
> to be looked at.
What datatypes besides text'ish and binary data'ish do you want to toast?
SQL(3) only defines CLOB and BLOB, so they might be thinking along my
lines. I mean surely having toastable polygons and numerics has some
theoretical value but is it worth bothering?
Peter Eisentraut Sernanders väg 10:115
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