>> blunt instrument for reporting it, because it causes loss of data going
>> in the other direction.
> First. Data, which reached the host are not lost.
As I recall, the original complaint was precisely that Linux discards
the server->client data instead of allowing the client to read it. This
was on a single machine, so there's no issue of whether it got lost in
regards, tom lane
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