In HEAD, when the standby is promoted, recovery requests the checkpoint
but doesn't wait for its completion. I found the checkpoint starting log message
of this checkpoint looks odd as follows:
LOG: checkpoint starting:
I think something like the following is better.
LOG: checkpoint starting: end-of-recovery
In 9.2 or before, "end-of-recovery" part is logged. Even if we changed the
behavior of end-of-recovery checkpoint, I think that it's more intuitive to
label it as "end-of-recovery". Thought?
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