> On Thu, Apr 06, 2000 at 01:10:12PM -0400, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > Seems temporary tables can not be vacuumed. It is because vacuum.c does
> > a sequential scan of the pg_class table, rather than using the cache.
> > Should this be fixed?
> Do they show up in psql with \d? I only ask because in 6.5.0, they don't,
> but psql's been completely rewritten for 7.0.
No, they do not. I am fixing VACUUM for temporary tables now. The
reason they don't show up is because the cache is not used by psql to
fetch information. It goes right into pg_class, which has only the
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