Tom Lane wrote:
> "Hiroshi Inoue" <Inoue(at)tpf(dot)co(dot)jp> writes:
> > As for HeapTupleSatisfies() there seems to be another choise to
> > let HeapTupleSatisfiesAny() be equivalent to HeapTupleSatisfiesNow()
> > other than always returning true.
> Wouldn't that break the other uses of SnapshotAny?
In theory no because HeapTupleSatisfies...() only touches
hint bits. What I mean is to implement a new function
> I'm not sure
> it's what nbtree.c wants, either, because then the heap_getnext
> call wouldn't return recently-dead tuples at all.
nbtree.c has to see all(including dead) tuples and judge
if the tuples are alive, dead or removable via unified
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