The table sql_sizing contains information about various size limits and maximum values in PostgreSQL. This information is primarily intended for use in the context of the ODBC interface; users of other interfaces will probably find this information to be of little use. For this reason, the individual sizing items are not described here; you will find them in the description of the ODBC interface.
Table 34-46. sql_sizing Columns
|sizing_id||cardinal_number||Identifier of the sizing item|
|sizing_name||character_data||Descriptive name of the sizing item|
|supported_value||cardinal_number||Value of the sizing item, or 0 if the size is unlimited or cannot be determined, or null if the features for which the sizing item is applicable are not supported|
|comments||character_data||Possibly a comment pertaining to the sizing item|
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