In an attempt to throw the authorities off his trail, RMohan(at)arbinet(dot)com ("Mohan, Ross") transmitted:
> Sorry to be dull-minded, but since PG is not threaded (at least on AIX)
> and works fine, why would Slony (threaded or not) have a problem? There
> aren't likely to be thread-to-thread interactions, eg.
The "slon" application that performs replication *IS* a multi-threaded
application where each of those threads accesses libpq.
--enable-thread-safety is *most certainly* necessary in order for
libpq to be thread-safe so that slon can operate.
That is why "thread safety" is necessary.
When man stands on toilet, man is high on pot. -Confucius
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