|From:||Kartyshov Ivan <i(dot)kartyshov(at)postgrespro(dot)ru>|
|Subject:||Re: [HACKERS] make async slave to wait for lsn to be replayed|
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On 2020-03-06 08:54, Kyotaro Horiguchi wrote:
> The syntax seems getting confused. What happens if we typed in the
> command "WAIT FOR TIMESTAMP '...' UNTIL TIMESTAMP '....'"? It seems
> to me the options is useles. Couldn't the TIMEOUT option be a part of
> event? I know gram.y doesn't accept that syntax but it is not
> apparent from the description above.
I`ll fix the doc file.
WAIT FOR [ANY | SOME | ALL] event [, event ...]
and event is:
LSN value [options]
and options is:
UNTIL TIMESTAMP timestamp
> As I read through the previous thread, one of the reason for this
> feature implemented as a syntax is it was inteded to be combined into
> BEGIN statement. If there is not any use case for the feature midst
> of a transaction, why don't you turn it into a part of BEGIN command?
It`s seem to have some limitations on hot standbys. I`ll take few days
to make a prototype.
>> WAIT FOR - make to wait statements (that are beneath) on sleep until
>> event happens (Don’t process new queries until an event happens).
>> Notice: WAIT FOR will release on PostmasterDeath or Interruption
>> if they come earlier then LSN or timeout.
> I think interrupts ought to result in ERROR.
> wait.c adds a fair amount of code and uses proc-array based
> approach. But Thomas suggested queue-based approach and I also think
> it is better. We already have a queue-based mechanism that behaves
> almost the same with this feature in the comit code on master-side. It
> avoids spurious backend wakeups. Couldn't we extend SyncRepWaitForLSN
> or share a part of the code/infrastructures so that this feature can
> share the code?
I`ll take a look on.
Thank you for your review.
Rebased patch is attached.
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