[pgpool-general: 2922] Re: pgpool does not restart child processes after failback (pcp_attach_node)
ishii at postgresql.org
Wed Jun 18 18:43:31 JST 2014
> Hey :)
> I have pgpool with 2 backends, master/slave streaming replication mode.
> When I stop the service on the slave, the node is deattched correctly and
> all child processes are restarted to update thier backends connections [
> when i run show pool_pools I can see that every pool_pid was changed and
> all pools are connected to one backend, the master ].
> when I start the service again on the failed standby, and run the
> pcp_attach_node command, the child processes are not restarted, thus, all
> connections that were open before the failback, are remain open and
> connected only to the master, until a pgpool restart is invoked and then,
> all the pools connections are connected to both backends. I need to mention
> that every *new* session to the pgpool after the attache, is connected to
> both backends.
> My question is, why after pcp_attach_node command, the child processes are
> not restarted as they should, like they do after failover.
> Thank you very much!
Actually pgpool-II behaved as you wish before. However lots of users
complained that already connected sessions were disconnected when
standby nodes were re-attached. Thus I fixed things as users
SRA OSS, Inc. Japan
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