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Open 6.4 items

From: Bruce Momjian <maillist(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us>
To: hackers(at)postgreSQL(dot)org (PostgreSQL-development)
Subject: Open 6.4 items
Date: 1998-10-07 03:20:58
Message-ID: 199810070320.XAA08123@candle.pha.pa.us (view raw or flat)
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Additions
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test new cidr/IP address type(Tom Helbekkmo)
complete rewrite system changes(Jan)
CREATE TABLE test (x text, s serial) fails if no database creation permission
regression test all platforms
vacuum crash

Serious Items
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change pg args for platforms that don't support argv changes
	(setproctitle()?, sendmail hack?)

Docs
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man pages/sgml synchronization
generate html/postscript documentation
make sure all changes are documented properly

Minor items
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cnf-ify still can exhaust memory, make SET KSQO more generic
permissions on indexes:  what do they do?  should it be prevented?
multi-verion concurrency control - work-in-progress for 6.5
improve reporting of syntax errors by showing location of error in query
use index with constants on functions
allow chaining of pages to allow >8k tuples
allow multiple generic operators in expressions without the use of parentheses
document/trigger/rule so changes to pg_shadow create pg_pwd
large objects orphanage
improve group handling
no min/max for oid type
improve PRIMARY KEY handling
generate postmaster pid file and remove flock/fcntl lock code


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