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       MERGE SET - Merge Slony-I replication sets together


       MERGE SET (options);


       Merge  a set of tables and sequences into another one. This function is
       a  workaround  for  the  problem  that  it  is  not  possible  to   add
       tables/sequences to already-subscribed sets. One may create a temporary
       set, add the  new  objects  to  that,  subscribe  all  nodes  currently
       subscribed  to  the  other  set to this new one, and then merge the two
       together, eliminating the set ID that was being added.

       This operation will refuse to be run  if  the  two  sets  do  not  have
       exactly the same set of subscribers.

       ID = ival
              Unique  ID  of  the set to contain the union of the two formerly
              separate sets.

       ADD ID = ival
              Unique ID of the set whose objects should  be  transferred  into
              the above set.

       ORIGIN = ival
              Current origin node for both sets.

       This  uses “schemadocmergeset(p_add_id integer, p_set_id integer)” [not
       available as a man page].


            # Assuming that node 1 is the origin of set 999 that has direct subscribers 2 and 3
            SUBSCRIBE SET (ID = 999, PROVIDER = 1, RECEIVER = 2);
            SUBSCRIBE SET (ID = 999, PROVIDER = 1, RECEIVER = 3);
            MERGE SET ( ID = 1, ADD ID = 999, ORIGIN = 1 );


       No application-visible locking should take place.


       Merging takes place based on the configuration on the origin node. If a
       merge  is requested while subscriptions are still being processed, this
       can cause in-progress subscribers' replication to break, as they'll  be
       looking for configuration for this set which the merge request deletes.
       Do not be too quick to merge sets.


       Slonik waits for the command submitted to the previous event node to be
       confirmed  on  the specified event node before submitting this command.
       Slonik will also wait for any in progress subscriptions  involving  the
       ADD ID to be subscribed before submitting the MERGE SET command.


       This  command  was  introduced  in  Slony-I  1.0.5.  In  1.2.1,  a race
       condition was rectified where the  merge  request  would  be  submitted
       while subscriptions were still in process on subscribers; it refuses to
       merge before subscriptions are complete.

                                 28 July 2014              SLONIK MERGE SET(7)

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