Tom Lane wrote:
> >>>> (3) does 6.4 support query lengths > 8192, or data blocks > 8192
> >>>> (other than large objects)?
> > Sometime in the past Darren K. worked to parameterize this limit.
> There has been some discussion of allowing tuples to span multiple
> disk blocks, which would remove the problem entirely, but it hasn't
> happened yet. Maybe for 6.5?
Right now I'm rewriting HeapTuple structure and functions - for
multi-version concurrency control (MVCC). New HeapTuple:
typedef struct HeapTupleData
uint32 t_len; /* length of *t_data */
ItemPointerData t_self; /* SelfItemPointer */
HeapTupleHeader t_data; /* */
this is what known as HeapTuple in < 6.5
I assume that one, who would like implement blocks spanning,
will add something to this new structure.
I need in ~ one week, please wait.
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