Tom Lane escribió:
> Alvaro Herrera <alvherre(at)commandprompt(dot)com> writes:
> > Gerardo Herzig escribi:
> >> Yes, the TRUNCATE statement is not sql ansi, maybe is a more low level
> >> thing than i think.
> > TRUNCATE currently does not fire triggers, but that doesn't mean it's
> > impossible to do it. I think it would be fairly easy to add support
> > for that.
> The entire point of TRUNCATE is to not do a table scan, so making it
> fire per-row triggers seems pretty misguided to me.
My thinking is that a TRUNCATE trigger is a per-statement trigger which
doesn't have access to the set of deleted rows (Replicator uses it that
way -- we replicate the truncate action, and replay it on the replica).
In that way it would be different from a per-statement trigger for
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