On 02.12.2010 07:39, Joachim Wieland wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 6:52 PM, Joachim Wieland<joe(at)mcknight(dot)de> wrote:
>> You would add a regular parallel dump with
>> $ pg_dump -j 4 -Fd -f out.dir dbname
> So this is an updated series of patches for my parallel pg_dump WIP
> patch. Most importantly it now runs on Windows once you get it to
> compile there (I have added the new files to the respective project of
> Mkvcbuild.pm but I wondered why the other archive formats do not need
> to be defined in that file...).
> So far nobody has volunteered to review this patch. It would be great
> if people could at least check it out, run it and let me know if it
> works and if they have any comments.
That's a big patch..
I don't see the point of the sort-by-relpages code. The order the
objects are dumped should be irrelevant, as long as you obey the
restrictions dictated by dependencies. Or is it only needed for the
multiple-target-dirs feature? Frankly I don't see the point of that, so
it would be good to cull it out at least in this first stage.
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