Nathan Myers wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 23, 2001 at 03:09:53PM -0300, The Hermit Hacker wrote:
> > Anyone thought of implementing this, similar to how sendmail does it? If
> > load > n, refuse connections?
> > ...
> > If nobody is working on something like this, does anyone but me feel that
> > it has merit to make use of? I'll play with it if so ...
> I agree that it would be useful. Even more useful would be soft load
> shedding, where once some load average level is exceeded the postmaster
> delays a bit (proportionately) before accepting a connection.
Or have the load check on AtXactStart, and delay new
transactions until load is back below x, where x is
configurable per user/group plus some per database scaling
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