Tom Lane wrote:
> JanWieck(at)t-online(dot)de (Jan Wieck) writes:
> > So at the time beeing, I think index tuples should not
> > contain any external toast references.
> Seems like a good stopgap solution. You'll still allow them to be
> compressed in-line, though, right?
Of course. There's no problem with in-line compressed items.
It's only these external references that cause trouble after
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