On Tuesday 31 August 2004 3:52 pm, Tom Lane wrote:
> Steve Crawford <scrawford(at)pinpointresearch(dot)com> writes:
> > I tried to truncate a table and received the following error:
> > "expected both swapped tables to have TOAST tables".
> > Googling provided no insight. What does it mean?
> It's a bug. You probably dropped the last toastable column from
> the table.
Thanks. This table was created from another table as a "create table
foo as select * from bar limit 0" followed by an "alter table foo
drop column lastcolumn" so that would make sense.
As long as this isn't indicitave of future problems with this table I
won't worry as it is only being used for a couple weeks for debugging
and will only have inserts from here on out.
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