Harry laughed but stopped the languid roll of his hips. He shifted them slightly up the bed, pushed Draco’s legs up onto his shoulders, and wrapped his hands around the top of the wrought iron headboard they’d purchased in an antique shop in Muggle London. Leverage accomplished, he started to thrust deep and hard into Draco’s arse. Draco didn’t always want it this way, but when he did nothing less than a vicious pounding would satisfy him.
Rehearse. Write a scene using first person, then third-person limited, then omniscient. What feels right?
The event story ends at the point when a new order is established or, more rarely, when the old order is restored or, rarest of all, when the world descends into chaos as the forces of order are destroyed. The story begins not at the point when the world becomes disordered, but rather at the point when the character whose actions are most crucial to establishing the new order becomes involved in the struggle. Hamlet doesn’t begin with the murder of Hamlet’s father; it begins much later, when the ghost appears to Hamlet and involves him in the struggle to remove the usurper and reestablish the proper order of the kingdom.
PostgreSQL can recover itself in this way by replaying XLOG records written in WAL segment files in chronological order. Thus, PostgreSQL's XLOG records are obviously REDO log .
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