[Bucardo-general] newbie questions
mail at joeconway.com
Mon Jun 14 15:41:06 UTC 2010
On 06/14/2010 07:31 AM, Greg Sabino Mullane wrote:
> Welcome to the list, Joe.
> On Sat, Jun 12, 2010 at 02:40:14PM -0700, Joe Conway wrote:
>> If I want to set up a swap sync:
>> 1) Is there a bucardo_ctl function to set "standard_conflict"
>> or does it need to be done by manually modifying goat?
> Or all at once:
> bucardo_ctl update table '*' standard_conflict=source
Ah, great, thanks. I didn't grok from the docs that I could use a
wildcard like that.
>> 2) What should "standard_conflict" be set to for sequences?
>> 3) How do sequences behave in a multi-master scenario?
> Sequences have additional standard_conflict methods of
> "highest" and "lowest". However, the recommended method is to
> offset your sequences so that they never collide. In other words,
> assuming sequences are initially identical on master1 and master2:
> psql -h master1 -c "SELECT nextval('tab_id_seq')"
> psql -h master1 -c 'ALTER SEQUENCE tab_id_seq INCREMENT BY 2'
> psql -h master2 -c 'ALTER SEQUENCE tab_id_seq INCREMENT BY 2'
Thanks again. I found the documentation page that mentions this after
sending my question. FWIW, this may be overkill, but here is what I did:
(some wrapping forced for readability)
CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION adjust_seqs(namespace text, starteven bool)
RETURNS text AS $$
FOR rec in EXECUTE 'select relname from pg_class where relkind = ''S''
and relnamespace = (select oid from pg_namespace
where nspname=''' || namespace || ''')' LOOP
fqname := namespace || '.' || rec.relname;
IF starteven THEN
EXECUTE 'SELECT ((last_value / 2) * 2) + 2 from ' || fqname
EXECUTE 'SELECT ((last_value / 2) * 2) + 1 from ' || fqname
sql := 'ALTER SEQUENCE ' || fqname || ' INCREMENT BY 2
RESTART WITH ' || startval;
RAISE NOTICE '%', sql;
$$ LANGUAGE plpgsql STRICT;
SELECT adjust_seqs('public', true); -- in master1 (even)
SELECT adjust_seqs('public', false); -- in master2 (odd)
> If that is in place, you can set the standard_conflict to 'skip'
> for the sequences.
Good to know. It sounded like I should not add sequences to the herd at
all though (seen here: http://bucardo.org/wiki/Bucardo/Sequences)
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