> Yup, TypeCategory was the missing ingredient. Seems to work now.
> > Yes, the 3043 bytes long rule action string got stored in 855
> > bytes in pg_rewrite. That's 71.9% compression rate on this
> > attempt!
> Over all the rules in the regression test database, I see:
> regression=# select sum(length(ev_action)),sum(octet_length(ev_action)) from pg
> sum | sum
> 105270 | 38091
> (1 row)
> or about 64% compression. Not bad...
We clearly needed this for 7.0 because of the larger plans. Good thing
Jan had it available, becuase I can imagine some major headaches for
people without it.
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