"Christian Gonzalez" <christian(dot)gonzalez(at)sigis(dot)com(dot)ve> writes:
> When you use timestamp and timestamptz data type for partitioning
> implementation, your postgresql partitioning implementation doesen't work
> fine when you make a SELECT using this columns type.
Your example is a bit silly, since you created a table partitioned on
logdate, then added two unrelated columns and expected the system to
assume the table was partitioned on those. I suppose this is a mistake
in the example, but it's not clear what the real complaint is.
regards, tom lane
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