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       STORE  LISTEN  - Configure Slony-I node to indicate where to listen for


       STORE LISTEN (options);


       A ‘listen’ entry causes a node (receiver) to query  an  event  provider
       for   events   that   originate  from  a  specific  node,  as  well  as
       confirmations from every existing node. It requires a ‘path’  to  exist
       so  that  the  receiver  (as  client)  can  connect to the provider (as

       Every node in the system must listen for events from every  other  node
       in  the  system.  As  a general rule of thumb, a subscriber (see SLONIK
       SUBSCRIBE SET(7)) should listen for events of the set’s origin  on  the
       same  provider, where it receives the data from. In turn, the origin of
       the data set should listen for events from the origin in  the  opposite
       direction. A node can listen for events from one and the same origin on
       different providers at the same time. However, to process  SYNC  events
       from  that origin, all data providers must have the same or higher sync
       status, so this will not result in any faster replication behaviour.

       ORIGIN = ival
              Node ID of the event origin the receiver is listening for.

       PROVIDER = ival
              Node ID of the node from which the  receiver  gets  events  that
              come from the origin. If not specified, default is the origin.

       RECEIVER = ival
              The ID of the node receiving the events.

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

       For more details, see “Slony-I listen paths” [not available  as  a  man


            STORE LISTEN ( ORIGIN = 1, RECEIVER = 2, PROVIDER = 3 );


       No application-visible locking should take place.


       This  command  was  introduced  in  Slony-I 1.0. As of version 1.1, you
       should no longer  need  to  use  this  command,  as  listen  paths  are
       generated automatically.

                                  12 May 2010           SLONIK STORE LISTEN(7)