On 18.01.2013 08:50, Amit Kapila wrote:
> I think currently user has no way to specify TCP keepalive settings from
> pg_basebackup, please let me know if there is any such existing way?
I was going to say you can just use "keepalives_idle=30" in the
connection string. But there's no way to pass a connection string to
pg_basebackup on the command line! The usual way to pass a connection
string is to pass it as the database name, and PQconnect will expand it,
but that doesn't work with pg_basebackup because it hardcodes the
database name as "replication". D'oh.
You could still use environment variables and a service file to do it,
but it's certainly more cumbersome. It clearly should be possible to
pass a full connection string to pg_basebackup, that's an obvious oversight.
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