This is a first attempt at CLUSTER ALL. It works in every way I've
tested, but maybe I'm missing something.
What it does:
- if CLUSTER is called with no arguments, cluster all indexes that have
indisclustered set (in the current database). There's no "ALL"
argument: that's just pollution IMHO.
- Gets a list of such indexes (checking ownership of each) and passes
them one by one to the standard cluster routine (modified a little so
it accepts OIDs of table and index, not names).
- Not much else... (no regression test nor documentation yet).
I don't know if I will be able to do the REINDEX all thing now that beta
is almost here.
Please review; I may be doing something stupid.
Alvaro Herrera (<alvherre[a]atentus.com>)
"Aprender sin pensar es inutil; pensar sin aprender, peligroso" (Confucio)
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