Tom Lane wrote:
> inoue(at)postgresql(dot)org writes:
> > Removed a check for REINDEX TABLE.
> As I commented before, what is the point of forbidding REINDEX INDEX
> if you are going to allow REINDEX TABLE? Or REINDEX DATABASE for that
> matter? You may as well strip out the corresponding checks in the
> other two cases too.
Simply because I've never tested REINDEX INDEX/DATABASE case
under postmaster and I'm afraid of the following.
1) I didn't make any device to not look up the reindexing
index itself in case of REINDEX INDEX.
2) REINDEX DATABASE generates multiple transactions internally.
There's no such command other than VACUUM.
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