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pg_replication_slots

ncontu1
Hello,
I just have few questions on the replication slots :

- is it possible to get size of the slot?
- if the slave is down, the table grows, when the slave comes up again, will the table be flushed after pushing wals?
- will they impact performances on the master?

I'm just worried about the size.

Thank you
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Re: pg_replication_slots

Stephen Frost
Greetings,

This email would get much better reception on the general PostgreSQL
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for general questions about PostgreSQL.

Hope that helps.

Thanks!

Stephen

* Nicola Contu ([hidden email]) wrote:

> I just have few questions on the replication slots :
>
> - is it possible to get size of the slot?
> - if the slave is down, the table grows, when the slave comes up again,
> will the table be flushed after pushing wals?
> - will they impact performances on the master?
>
> I'm just worried about the size.
>
> Thank you

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