It is just a simple idea syntax, not the exact one.
Anyway, I am wonder how to get the 2^31 transaction IDs to cause the failure
But I get the wraparound error warning when I delete a large no. of rows.
So the wraparound failure is due to what reason, that I still have no idea
(at least not the transaction limit, I guess)
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