Josh Berkus wrote:
> And overall, I'd think it would make the feature a *lot* less useful;
> basically it would encourage a lot of DBAs to organize their schemas by
> security level, which is not really what schemas are for.
>>This does seem conceptually cleaner than GRANT ON NEW TABLES, which to
>>me has a flavor of action-at-a-distance about it. Does anyone see any
>>cases where it's really important to have the distinction between acting
>>on existing tables and acting on future tables?
> Databases which are already in production. I suggested it, of course, because
> I would utilize the distinction if it was available. I don't know about
> other users.
Do we perhaps want a pg_find tool instead, rather than getting too
clever inside the backend?
pg_find --type=table --schema=foo --name='system_*' --execute='GRANT ALL
ON % TO myuser'
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