> BTW, we are not *that* far from being able to roll back a DROP TABLE.
> The only thing that's really needed is for everyone to take a deep
> breath and let go of the notion that table files ought to be named
> after the tables. If we named table files after the OIDs of their
> tables, then rollback-able DROP or RENAME TABLE would be pretty
> straightforward. If you don't recall why this is, consult the
> pghackers archives...
The oid will be appended to the base file name.
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