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fixing repmgr repl_status columns
repmgr repl_status had the column time_lag which was documented to be the time a standby is behind master. In fact it only works like this when viewed on the standby and not on the master: there it only was the time of the last status update. We dropped that column and replaced it by a new column „communication_time_lag“ which is the content of the repl_status column on the master. On the standby we contain the time of the last update in shared mem though refer always to the correct time nonetheless where repl_status is queried. We also added a new column, „replication_time_lag“, which refers to the apply delay.
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|+ * uninstall_repmgr_funcs.sql|
|+ * Copyright (c) 2ndQuadrant, 2010-2014|
|DROP FUNCTION repmgr_update_standby_location(text);|
|DROP FUNCTION repmgr_get_last_standby_location();|
|+DROP FUNCTION repmgr_update_last_updated();|
|+DROP FUNCTION repmgr_get_last_updated();|