Tom Lane wrote:
> andy <andy(at)squeakycode(dot)net> writes:
>> I know its way too late in the game, sorry, but it's a very small patch...
> (1) What's the performance impact? I should think that this makes \l orders
> of magnitude slower.
> (2) Doesn't this render \l entirely nonfunctional for users who don't
> have CONNECT privilege to all DBs in the installation?
Perhaps both these considerations dictate providing another command or a
special flavor of \l instead of just modifying it?
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