Hannu Krosing <hannu(at)skype(dot)net> writes:
> Or do you man that an index entry pointing to a non-existing tuple is
> "corruption" ? It would be realtively easy to teach index access method
> to just ignore (or even delete) the dangling index entries.
No, I mean that an index entry pointing at a WRONG tuple is corruption
(and no need for quotes about that one). And that is the state that
will ensue, as soon as someone re-uses the line pointer.
regards, tom lane
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