> Right, because they do. If you think otherwise, demonstrate it.
> (bonnie tests approximating a reverse seqscan are not relevant
> to the performance of indexscans.)
Working on it. I *think* I've seen this issue in the field, which is
why I brought it up in the first place, but getting a good test case is,
of course, difficult.
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