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> > > > Then the system tables from different databases would collide.
> > >
> > > Actually, if we're going to use unique-ids for file names
> > > then we have to know how to get system file names anyway.
> > > Hm, OID+VERSION would make our life easier... Hiroshi?
> > I assume we were going to have a pg_class.relversion to do that, but
> Just a clarification -:)
I actually meant I thought we were going to have a pg_class column
called relversion that held the currently active version for that
Yes, the file name will be pg_class_oid.version_id.
Is that OK?
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