Hiroshi Inoue <Inoue(at)tpf(dot)co(dot)jp> writes:
> Probably we don't have to keep the relhasindex info in the
> db any longer and we had better keep some info about REINDEX
> in memory local to the backend.
I never did much care for the "change relhasindex" hack. Why isn't
IsIgnoringSystemIndexes a sufficient solution? I don't really care
if REINDEX is a little bit slower than it might be, so just turning
off use of *all* system indexes seems like an adequate answer.
>> Hmm ... what that says is that unlinking pg_internal.init in
>> setRelfilenode is the wrong place.
> Possibly. I couldn't find the appropriate place(way) then
> and so #ifdef's are still there.
Okay. I'll work on that when I commit the patches I have.
regards, tom lane
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