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> On Mon, Mar 28, 2005 at 12:16:42PM +0400, Alexey Slynko wrote:
> > this patch allow to use database locale settings. It remove cluster locale
> > settings, and append LCCTYPE and
> > LCCOLLATE items to CREATE DATABASE syntax.
> > Any considerations ?
> The problem with this is what happens to indexes on shared relations.
> If you change the collation, they are no longer valid. And you can't
> just reindex them, because then they would no longer be valid for other
I havn't see any shared indices, that uses any variable collation, like text
indices. All shared indexed columns have integer and name type. As I understand,
all this types have fixed collation. Or I've missed something ?
> Maybe it would work if we forced indexes on shared relations to be
> scanned using a fixed collation.
> Not sure about the ctype part ...
> Alvaro Herrera (<alvherre[(at)]dcc(dot)uchile(dot)cl>)
> "Los romАnticos son seres que mueren de deseos de vida"
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