Fix a performance problem in databases with large numbers of tables
(or other types of pg_class entry): the function pgstat_vacuum_tabstat,
invoked during VACUUM startup, had runtime proportional to the number of
stats table entries times the number of pg_class rows; in other words
O(N^2) if the stats collector's information is reasonably complete.
Replace list searching with a hash table to bring it back to O(N)
behavior. Per report from kim at myemma.com.
Back-patch as far as 8.1; 8.0 and before use different coding here.
pgstat.c (r1.142 -> r1.143)
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