|From:||Beena Emerson <memissemerson(at)gmail(dot)com>|
|Subject:||Support for N synchronous standby servers - take 2|
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There was a discussion on support for N synchronous standby servers started
by Michael. Refer
. The use of hooks and dedicated language was suggested, however, it seemed
to be an overkill for the scenario and there was no consensus on this.
Exploring GUC-land was preferred.
Please find attached a patch, built on Michael's patch from above
mentioned thread, which supports choosing different number of nodes from
each set i.e. k nodes from set 1, l nodes from set 2, so on.
The format of synchronous_standby_names has been updated to standby name
followed by the required count separated by hyphen. Ex: 'aa-1, bb-3'. The
transaction waits for all the specified number of standby in each group.
Any extra nodes with the same name will be considered potential. The
special entry * for the standby name is also supported.
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