Simon Riggs <simon(at)2ndQuadrant(dot)com> writes:
> Must not reach consistency before XLOG_BACKUP_RECORD
> When waiting for an XLOG_BACKUP_RECORD the minRecoveryPoint
> will be incorrect, so we must not declare recovery as consistent
> before we have seen the record. Major bug allowing recovery to end
> too early in some cases, allowing people to see inconsistent db.
Is this actually a "major bug fix", or a useless redundant test?
I had thought that that if-statement's check of
was sufficient, because that will keep us from declaring consistency
before we get out of the backup in any case.
regards, tom lane
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