Jeff Davis wrote:
> If we allowed an admin to revoke CREATE from the pg_default tablespace,
> then anyone who needed that feature could limit people to their own
> tablespace (at which point it's the filesystem's job to limit their
> usage). Is there some reason that we can't do this now?
Hitting a file system quota limit is likely to bring you down pretty
hard, isn't it?
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