Thanks for you respons.
Stephan Szabo a écrit :
> _PG_fini is called when the file is unloaded, but not at process end,
> according to the documentation, so I don't think it does what you want.
No, I make a small test :
In _PG_fini I create a file and close it (via fopen), I quit pgsql and
the file are never created, bul a small lsof say me that the module are
> What data are you managing? If you can palloc it into an appropriately
> lived context, it might be easier for you to manage.
I manage a small cache. pfree release the memory, but it's not possible
to trigger a special action like "save the cache now".
> What information do you want?
I event like "startBegin", "endBegin", "startCopy", "endCopy" ....
> You can get whether it's a row or transaction event, as well as whether it
> was insertion, update or delete from the context.data
How can I detect (in language C) that the trigger work on a transaction
context or a row context ?
And it is possible to receive an event when this transaction are ended ?
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