Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
> Tom Lane writes:
>> It's going to be difficult to produce any 80-col-wide examples of any
>> of the interesting columns in pg_stats. How do you feel about
>> artificially line-breaking the printout?
> I tried the example query on the tenk1 table and got a pretty good output.
> Not only is it only 120 columns, which makes it fit really well into the
> HTML browser window (mine anyway), it also contains more diverse rows
> which can serve the example, e.g., output for unique columns, and a few
> interesting n_distinct values. I'm tempted to use that one instead.
Well, the thing is that tenk1 is completely artificial data, so the
stats it produces are a tad on the meaningless/uninteresting side.
AFAICT the "road" table is the only realistic sample data we have in
However, I won't argue the point too hard. If the tenk1 example works
from a formatting point of view, go with it.
regards, tom lane
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