> I was reading the MVCC docs and came across this statement
> "Postgres doesn't remember any information about
> modified rows in memory and so has no limit to the
> number of rows locked without lock escalation. "
> And this is how i interpreted it.
> you can have unlimited rows locked with out it going to a 'table
> Do these two staements say the samething ?
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