Robert Haas <robertmhaas(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> My scintillating contribution to this discussion is the observation
> that unrestorable dumps suck.
No doubt, but is this a real problem in practice? I can't recall many
field complaints about it. And the ones I do recall wouldn't have been
prevented by a check as stupid as "are there immutable functions in
here". I still say that what such a check is likely to do is encourage
people to mis-label mutable functions as immutable ... which will cause
them a lot of *other* headaches.
regards, tom lane
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