Simon Riggs <simon(at)2ndquadrant(dot)com> writes:
> Where I'm leading to is this: If the physical tlist optimization is a
> considerable gain, and it required OIDs, then changing the system
> default to WITHOUT OIDS will cause us to lose the optimization. Yes?
It doesn't require OIDs, though. What it requires is that the source
and destination tables have the same OIDs-ness. So changing the default
shouldn't make a difference.
regards, tom lane
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