BUG #15988: Improve ANALYZE-statement

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Subject: BUG #15988: Improve ANALYZE-statement
Date: 2019-08-31 19:06:55
Message-ID: 15988-808a474b052d2a83@postgresql.org
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The following bug has been logged on the website:

Bug reference: 15988
Logged by: Jo Tzschenscher
Email address: hellojo180(at)yahoo(dot)es
PostgreSQL version: 11.5
Operating system: RHEL
Description:

Hello,

PLEASE ROUTE THIS PROPOSAL TO A DEVELOPMENT TEAM, IT PROPOSES AN IMPROVED
FEATURE RATHER THAN A BUG

I was just stumbling over the ANALYZE-statement, without providing a
table-name. It shall analyze the entire schema. But maybe it would be good
to exclude a table, so a better version would be

ANALYZE [-<table1> -<table2>] to exclude the tables which should be
excluded, but all of the rest should be included. รง

Thank you for listening. Cheerio.

Jo

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