Hannu Krosing <hannu(at)krosing(dot)net> writes:
> Are there _any_ tests where it does start to drop stuff ?
> In other words - is the stuff-dropping part tested reasonably recently
> (or at all) ?
Good point. The drop mechanism is exercised well enough as driven by
shared-cache-invalidation cases, but the case where it's driven by cache
entry count isn't getting tested.
> In other words we should cache Frequently Asked Questions and not
> Frequently Found Answers ;)
regards, tom lane
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