pgsql: Handle corner cases correctly in psql's reconnection logic.
Handle corner cases correctly in psql's reconnection logic.
After an unexpected connection loss and successful reconnection,
psql neglected to resynchronize its internal state about the server,
such as server version. Ordinarily we'd be reconnecting to the same
server and so this isn't really necessary, but there are scenarios
where we do need to update --- one example is where we have a list
of possible connection targets and they're not all alike.
Define "resynchronize" as including connection_warnings(), so that
this case acts the same as \connect. This seems useful; for example,
if the server version did change, the user might wish to know that.
An attuned user might also notice that the new connection isn't
SSL-encrypted, for example, though this approach isn't especially
in-your-face about such changes. Although this part is a behavioral
change, it only affects interactive sessions, so it should not break
Also, in do_connect, make sure that we desynchronize correctly when
abandoning an old connection in non-interactive mode.
These problems evidently are the result of people patching only one
of the two places where psql deals with connection changes, so insert
some cross-referencing comments in hopes of forestalling future bugs
of the same ilk.
Lastly, in Windows builds, issue codepage mismatch warnings only at
startup, not during reconnections. psql's codepage can't change
during a reconnect, so complaining about it again seems like useless
Peter Billen and Tom Lane. Back-patch to all supported branches.