The filename on disk is stored in relfilenode, not in oid.
On Wed, Feb 25, 2004 at 10:17:47PM +0000, Sally Sally wrote:
> Very strange things are happening when I am reindexing a table. I did this
> with postmaster running as a standalone. The index for the table prior to
> reindexing is on a separate disk and I created a sym link (due to lack of
> space). When the reindexing is done I see new files created under
> /data/base/dbnumber/ but when I look at pg_class table it is pointing still
> to the old index because the oid I get is the older one. What does this
> mean? I assumed reindexing a non-sys table with postmaster running as a
> standalone would also update the relevant tables. Do I have to do a
> separate process to update the pg_class and other tables that need to be
> aware of the reindexing?
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