> Does anyone know what the system table pg_parg is, was, or might be
> used for?
> A comment at the head of include/catalog/pg_parg.h says
> * [whatever this relation was, it doesn't seem to be used anymore --djm]
> and as far as I can tell this is true --- the source code contains
> no references to pg_parg or any of the field names therein. The table
> is utterly undocumented, but it looks like it might once in the distant
> past have represented proc argument types, which we now keep elsewhere.
> The table is suffering from bit rot, in that its "parproid" field
> contains OIDs of rows in both pg_proc and pg_operator. Rather than
> trying to intuit what it is for enough to fix this, I propose just
> deleting the darn thing. Do I hear any objections?
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